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Groceries Spots in Wakkanai / Rumoi Area

  • Wakkanai Fukuko Market
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    Hokkaido Wakkanaishi Minato 1-6-28
    Wakkanai Fukuko Market started in 2007 and is the northernmost commercial complex in Japan. Located 20 minutes by car from Wakkanai Airport, there are souvenir shops, onsens and restaurants including the outdoor “Yatai” stall village called “Hatoba-Yokocho where you can eat gourmet foods from a wide range of genres ranging from ramen and yakitori to Russian food. You can also enjoy the Wakkanai Hot Spring “Minato no Yu”, an open-air hot spring on the second floor, and watch the ships on the busy ocean.

    Dropped by the market after the morning visit to the Cape Soya via public bus. It was a quiet afternoon and I managed to grab my lunch before the shop rest for lunch hours. Pick up a Wakkanai...

  • Koshika Japanese Confectionery Store
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    Hokkaido Wakkanaishi Chuou 1-3-35
    This is a long-established confectionery shop in Wakkanai City, Hokkaido, the northernmost tip of Japan and sells a variety of items ranging from souvenirs to daily snacks. The most popular western-style cake is the “Drift Ice Manju” which is a moist sponge cake covered with white chocolate and portrays the image of drift ice. In addition, bittersweet “Mocha Shofuku” and milky “Wakkanai Condensed Milk Sweets” are also popular. Local produce from Hokkaido, and especially milk produced only in the neighboring area is used. The careful selection of ingredients to make the sweets is the secret of their popularity.
  • Suzuki Kamaboko (Mashike Shop)
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    Hokkaido Mashikegunmashikechou Inabachou 1
    A kamaboko steamed fish paste shop located in The Rumoiekimae Ichiba market in front of Rumoi Station. The shop is notable for its use of traditional methods, taking fresh seafoods such as Mashike northern shrimp and octopus and grinding them into paste using a stone mortar. The shop's kamaboko accordingly has the kind of plump texture you can only achieve using this old fashioned method. The shop deep fries your selections after ordering, ensuring you can enjoy piping-hot kamaboko treats right on the spot. The shop also sells its wares for takeout, perfect for taking back as a souvenir.
  • Rumoi Station-front Market
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    Hokkaido Rumoishi Sakaemachi 1-1-10
    This venerable market is next to JR Rumoi Station in Rumoi City. With its antique Showa period atmosphere, this lively market offers fresh caught seafood, fried kamaboko fish cake, meats, and other delicacies from early morning. The market fish seller Nagata Fishmonger is open Sundays as well, making it a hit with tourists looking for souvenirs.
  • Hotto Motto Rumoi
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    Hokkaido Rumoi-shi Hanazonocho 5-chome 1-1
  • Hotto Motto Wakkanai Hagimi
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  • Urokoshi
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    Hokkaido Wakkanaishi Chuou 5-6-8
  • Wakkanai Milk
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    Hokkaido Wakkanai-shi
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    Hokkaido Rishirigunrishirichou Kutsugata Shinminato 153
  • Takakoyagurumeshokuhin
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    Hokkaido Mashikegunmashikechou Bentenchou 1-chome 12-1
  • Endo Fishery Minato Machi Ichiba Mashike
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    Hokkaido Mashike-gun Mashikecho Minatocho 4-26
  • Endo Fishery Minato Machi Ichiba Mashike
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  • Endo Fishery Minatomachi Ichiba
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