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  • Goko Hamono Blademaker

    Kashiwa is home to Goko Hamono, one of Japan’s makers of top quality hand-crafted Gyuuto kitchen knives under the Dentou (伝統) mark.

  • Former Yoshida Family Residence and Historic Park

    Experience a leap through time, relax at the beautiful garden and enjoy the changing seasons.

  • Fusebenten Tokaiji Temple

    Visit one of only three Benten Temples in eastern Japan and find your spirituality in its over 1200-year-old history.


  • Lake Teganuma

    Relax at Lake Teganuma, and enjoy a beautiful day. The red morning sun, the vast nature at noon, and the violet-colored horizon during sunset.

  • Akebonoyama Park

    Besides plants, fields of flowers, and a variety of insects and birds, many different vegetables and rice are grown at this special kind of park.

  • Ōhorigawa river

    Walk through the beautiful valley of trees by the riverside, and for a while escape the stress and busyness of city life.


  • Kashiwa-no-ha Smart City

    Probably the newest and most modern part of Kashiwa, Kashiwa-no-ha draws in many younger people and young families.

  • Kashiwa Ichiba Market

    On the hunt for low-cost food, snacks, and drinks? Visit Kashiwa’s wholesale market to find the best bargains!

  • Fukuzushi

    Eating Sushi at Fukuzushi, you will understand one precious part of Japanese food culture, the real deliciousness of “Edo-Mae” Sushi.


  • Tenoichi: Market of Handcrafted Wares

    Tenoichi is held once a month at the Kashiwa Shrine, offering different locally produced handcrafted wares and a lovely atmosphere.

  • Teganuma Fireworks Festival

    As you stare upwards, the night sky is lit up in all the colors of the rainbow. An orchestra of explosions will give you goosebumps.

  • Kashiwa Matsuri Festival

    Experience the love Kashiwa’s citizens have for their city, as they turn it into a gigantic event. Enjoy music, dances, parades, food and drinks.

  • Dining & Drinks

    Kashiwa offers many different places to dine. Traditional Washoku (Japanese Food), Japanese Street Food, as well as a variety of Asian and Western cuisines.

  • Shopping

    Looking for something special, or just in the mood to go shopping? Simply browse around to find a place that offers what you seek.

  • Stay

    We can help you through the confusion of choosing the perfect hotel. Reasonable or luxurious, you can find a hotel that fits your lifestyle.


Access map
From Tokyo Station
About 31 minutes by JR Joban Line Special Rapid Service.
From Narita Station
About 46 minutes by JR Narita Line.

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