Directly connected to Hon-Atsugi Station is Hon-Atsugi Mylord, a shopping centre spread over two connected buildings, each with a basement and 7 floors above ground. In Mylord 1, not only can you enjoy great Japanese food at one of the restaurants, or go shopping for Japanese utensils and craft goods for that perfect souvenir to take home, there is also a wide range of women's fashions to explore, from designers in Japan and around the world.
Mylord 2 offers furniture, a culture school, relaxation, and nail salons. It is full of a variety of shops that cater to all different kinds of needs. Just looking around the two Mylords could be a day out in itself!
Shimo-Kitazawa is a lively area that has the reputation for being a young person's town. There are many theaters, live music venues, record shops and second hand clothes stores all gathered closely together in this district. Visit one of the popular live music venues Shimokitazawa Shelter and QUE and maybe you will discover one of Japan's next pop sensations!
The four story shopping center right next to the Kyodo station is Kyodo Corty. Climb the stairs to the fourth floor and you will find a spacious rooftop garden waiting for you. From here you can watch the Odakyu line trains running right below, and on fine days you can even see Tokyo Skytree and Mount Fuji. Kyodo Corty is a space where you can relax and enjoy shopping and good food.
When you leave the central exit of Seijogakuen-mae Station you will find a bright open space right in front of you, with stairs and an escalator leading upwards. Go up the escalator to the 2nd floor, and you will find a wide array of fashionable shops waiting for you, including a large bookstore, furniture stores and fashionable boutiques selling accessories from all over Japan. Seijo Corty is built right on top of Seijogakuen-mae station, so from the rooftop garden on the eastern side, you can look out and watch the trains running straight off into the distance.
Vinawalk is the name of a large shopping center in front of Ebina station. It is a colorful mall, with many original shops. Out of these, we would like to recommend the model train specialty store "Popondetta with Odakyu Train Gallery". After looking at the large diorama, with model trains running freely over its many tracks, and the display corner which features a drivers seat and controls taken from an actual Odakyu Line Train, you will feel a little bit like a railway expert yourself.
2nd floor no.6 building Vinawalk1-18-1 Chuo, Ebina-City, Kanagawa
Board the Odakyu Railway for a three-day, two-night tour of the line’s best sightseeing locales! The quaint atmosphere of Hakone, the historical capital of Kamakura, and the lovely coastal views of Enoshima—you can see them all with your three-day Hakone Kamakura Pass.
With just the addition of a limited express surchage, use your Discount Pass to enjoy the relaxed comfort of the Romancecar with reserved only seating. See the website for fares, sales locations and other information.