Kamakura Asaichi (Kamakura Morning Market)

Kamakura Asaichi (Kamakura Morning Market)

At the main entrance of Kamakura Park Hotel along the sea-shore located bit away from the center of Kamakura, the morning market is held once a month and the most popular item there is Shirasu(young sardines). During December to March, it is prohibited to fish Shirasu, so they will not be available those months. Other than Shirasu, there are Kamakura’s branded fishery products; Kamakura’s shrimp, turban shell, octopus, branded vegetables and also Kamakura Park Hotel’s special side dishes. Open season is from April to November and will start selling from 10.00 AM.

Kamakura
Kamakura Asaichi (Kamakura Morning Market)
ADDRESS 33-6 Sakanoshita, Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture (Kamakura Park Hotel Mae)
TEL 0467-22-3403 (Kamakura Fishery Cooperatives)
BUSINESS HOURS

10:00-Close as soon as products are sold out

REGULAR HOLIDAY

※Hold on the 1st Sunday from April to December

ACCESS

12 minute walk from Enoshima Den-tetsu「Hase」station. Approximately 23 minutes from Yokohama-Yokosuka Road 「Asahina IC」

PARKING LOT Available
HP http://sea.ap.teacup.com/jf-kamakura/ 
REMARKS

It will be canceled in case of stormy weather.

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