Hayama Sunday Morning Market
Not only local people, but a lot of repeat customers from far away come to Hayama’s Specialty Morning Market. It starts at 8:00 in the morning every Sunday, but usually gets crowded even before that time. There are many Hayama special goods, products with a cheap price and limited edition items that can buy at at the morning market only so it isn’t unusal that people keep coming here every week. Other than vegetables harvasted in Hayama and fresh fish, we sell Hayama’s gourmet and daily dishes here too. The morning market limited edition sweets are also available so please get up early and come to this morning market.
- Zushi · Hayama
- Hayama Sunday Morning Market
|ADDRESS||Hayamamachi, Miura District, Kanagawa Prefecture|
|TEL||090-4745-2238 (Hayama Marketing and Promotional Association)|
8:30-10:30 (Open on Sunday、Close as soon as products are sold out)
The 1st Sunday of the New Year, The last day of Year
Get off at Keihin Keikyu 「Shinzushi」station or JR Yokosuka Line「Zushi」station, take Keihin Kyuko bus 「Bound for Kaigan-mawari Hayama」and get off at 「Abumizuri」then walk for 1 minute. By car: Approximately 3 km from 「Tollgate」 on Zushi New Road.
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