Tatehana Wharf Morning Market

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Hachinohe city is well known for having a lot of morning markets. Among those markets, Tatehana Wharf Morning Market is one of the largest ones. It opens at break of dawn every Sunday from March to December. The market is lined with around 350 shops. Some sell vegetables, and others sell antiques or folk crafts. Visitors can eat freshly cooked food at this market. On top of fresh sea urchin roe and various kinds of fish, they also offer good vegetables and fruits you can enjoy there. There are so many interesting things here that even just strolling around is a lot of fun!

Address
Shinminato, Hachinohe-shi, Aomori (Tatehana Ganpeki, Hachinohe Wharf)
Contact No.
+81-178-27-3868 (Sponsor: Minato Sunday Morning Market Cooperative)
Access
10 minutes' walk from JR Mutsuminato Station.
Opening Hours / Holidays
Open: 3:00-10:00 on Sundays from the middle of March to 30th December.
Open all year round except on the second Sunday of May due to Hachinohe Umineko Marathon
Official Website
http://www.ukipal.jp/web_asaichi/tatehana/top/

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Tatehana Wharf Morning Market

Hachinohe city is well known for having a lot of morning markets. Among those markets, Tatehana Wharf Morning Market is one of the largest ones. It opens at break of dawn every Sunday from March to December. The market is lined with around 350 shops. Some sell vegetables, and others sell antiques or folk crafts. Visitors can eat freshly cooked food at this market. On top of fresh sea urchin roe and various kinds of fish, they also offer good vegetables and fruits you can enjoy there. There are so many interesting things here that even just strolling around is a lot of fun!

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.