Odawara・Minato no Asaichi(Morning Market)
(Minato no Asaichi) where you can buy fish freshly caught from the Odawara Fishing Port with the market price, will be held 2 times in a month. Not only fish and shells, but there are also boiled fish paste(a famous Odawara delicacy), dried fish, fruits and vegetables are sold there too. During rush hour, it is really crowded so numbered tickets have to be distributed from 6 in the morning. During the cold seasons, anglerfish, flatfish and Pacific flying squid are available. From spring to summer it is said that horse mackerel are at their most delicious during that time. There is a restaurant in front of the market too so please drop by after taking a tour of the market.
- Odawara・Minato no Asaichi(Morning Market)
|1-10-1 Hayakawa, Odawara-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture
Fresh fish sales are from 9:00 to sold out (4th week)
※ Hold on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month
1 minute walk from JR Tokaido Main Line 「Hayakawa」station. By car: Approximately 5 minutes from Odawara-Atsugi Road 「Odawaranishi IC」exit
The schedule may be changed in case there is not enough fish because of stormy weather. Rescheduled date will be posted on the website.
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