Katase Fishing Port Morning Market (Enoshima Fisherman's Marche)

Katase Fishing Port Morning Market (Enoshima Fisherman's Marche)

Fisherman’s Marche is held for the purpose of making people feel familiar with locally produced and locally consumed foods centered on unused fish, and to let them know the splendor of the sea and the charm of the fishing industry.
The booth will be waiting for your visit with various contents such as morning fish sales, local vegetable sales, and sunset cruises where you can tour Enoshima.

Since it is held irregularly from the viewpoint of preventing the spread of new coronavirus infections, please check the details page for the event.

Katase Fishing Port Morning Market (Enoshima Fisherman's Marche)
ADDRESS 2-20-25 Katasekaigan, Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL 0466-22-4671

9-16 o'clock on the 3rd Saturday and Sunday of every month
* Morning fish and vegetables will be on sale from 10am. It will end as soon as it is sold out.


5 minutes walk from "Katase Enoshima" station on the Odakyu line

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