Raran Fujioka is a rest station at Fujioka Junction that is also open to the public, and features many shops, food areas, and events throughout the year. You can buy famous Fujioka goods such as Onigawara, or demon roof tiles, and the famous Gateau Festa Harada Rusk cookies. Raran features a fun water fountain to play in during the summer, a children's play area, and even a mini ferris wheel! Check the website for upcoming events as well as descriptions of shops and restaurants (Japanese only).
SMARK is a really big and nice shopping mall. There is a bus you can get from Isesaki Station.
Takara Brazilian Supermarket and Restaurant
Amazing Brazilian BBQ restaurant inside a Brazilian supermarket that sells good foreign food and even better meat! 100% beef and real bacon!
Fruit & Vege Market
The place where you wont break the bank to get fresh fruit and veges! Get there early on a Saturday morning to see the best they have to offer. Open until about 6-ish (I think) Mon-Sat. Closed Sundays.
Maebashi's largest shopping mall. There are shops to cater for everyone; fashion, homewares, music, gift, books etc etc. There is food court on the 2nd floor as well as a variety of cafes and restaurants on the ground floor (including Subway!!). There is also a supermarket, a cinema and Kaldi Farm (a very good place to buy all the food you are missing from home!) and all of the other things you would expect in a shopping centre.
A great place to pick up books, DVDs or stationary. There is a large English book and magazine section. Located inside Keyaki Walk shopping Mall.
A newly opened mall on Route 17. Most notably inside you can find a huge Book-off. Also to be found inside is a supermarket, a Daiso, and a food court, among many other good shops.
The only department store in the Tone region, Green Bell is certainly the biggest shopping area around. Most of the stores are shut down now, and there isn’t much left to see. There is, however, a big 100円 shop on the 3rd floor, an entertainment center with games on the 5th floor, and a sports center (The only gym in the Tone region) on the 6th floor.
Gym memberships are reasonable, the equipment is decent, and there are plenty of different classes to join.
shopping mall with lots of shops, restaurants and a cinema. There is a bus that runs between Takasaki and Maebashi, calling at Aeon Mall. About 25 minutes from Takasaki city centre.
Cainz Home is a do-it-youself home and hardware store. They sell housewares and furnishings and some bikes, toys and outdoorsy things but they they have all your tools and home improvement needs. They have a garden store and there is also a pet shop too.
Takashimaya Department Store
A high-end department store. A little expensive but full of life's necessary luxuries. Also the home of the roof top beer garden often used for GAJET events.
Unicus Shopping Center
A convenient shopping center in north Takasaki.
Yaoko Super Market
Gunma Bank branch
Shoe La Ruou
Daiso (￥100 shop)
Kajitsu (Crocs shoes shop)
Outlet-J casual clothes
Loteria (fast food)
Basking and Robbin Ice Cream
Vivre Department Store
A Japanese department store with querky Japanese fashion shops. The food court in the basement is worth checking out.
If you plan to do construction this is your place! They have equipment and apparel of all kinds.
Yamada Denki is an upscale Target or Wallmart. You can get household appliances of all kinds, TVs, computers, Apple products, mobile phones, internet service, electronic accessories of all kinds! They also have a bookstore, drugstore, housewares, food/drink and giftshop. The top floor also has a selection of restaurants.