Koshigoe Fisheries Cooperative Morning Market

Koshigoe Fisheries Cooperative Morning Market

Fresh seafood such as mackerel, horse mackerel, sphyraenidae, and turban shells are sold, including shirasu. In addition to seasonal fish and processed products, the Kamakura brand “Kamakura Yasai” will also be on sale.

To prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection, the morning market of Koshigoe Fisheries Cooperative will be canceled for the time being. Please check the following page for the event.

Koshigoe Fisheries Cooperative Morning Market
ADDRESS 2-9-1 Koshigoe, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL 0467-32-4743

The third Thursday of March, the first and third Thursdays of April to July, the first and third Thursdays of September to November, and the first Thursday of December. From 10 am (ends as soon as sold out, stormy weather and non-fishing will be canceled)


January, February, August


3 minutes walk from Enoshima Electric Railway "Koshigoe" station.

HP https://www.city.kamakura.kanagawa.jp/nousui/kosigoe/asaichinew.html

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