Market Spots in Miyagi Area

  • Shiogama Seafood Wholesale Market
    104 Reviews
    Miyagi Pref. Shiogamashi Shinhamachou 1-20-74
    The market of Shiogama Port boasts one of the largest volumes of fresh tuna nationally, and offers an abundance of fresh seafood and produce. There are also five areas in the hall to eat and visitors can buy their favorite seafood and create their own original Kaisendon (seafood and rice bowl), or have the seafood purchased cooked at BBQs available to be used freely. It is approximately 15 minutes by car from Rifunaka Interchange on the Sanriku Expressway.

    Brand new wholesale rebuilt after last tsunami that wiped out the town, the restaurant serving mainly packaged seafood & dining room for staff offers simple menu at unbelievable price...

  • Sendai Asaichi Morning Market
    Miyagi Pref. Sendaishi Aoba-ku Chuou 4-3-28
    This permanent market is in Aoba Ward, Sendai City. Although it's called the Morning Market, it is an urban shopping street. Most of its shops operate between 8:00 and 18:00 and sell seafood landed at Sendai's fishing port as well as produce carried across the mountains from Yamagata. It has become known Sendai's Kitchen and Sendai's Ameyoko because of the wealth of food on offer. There are also many sweet shops, sushi shops, and delis, making it a popular place to eat on the go.
  • Sendai Markets Mori no Ichiba
    31 Reviews
    Miyagi Pref. Sendaishi Wakabayashi-ku Oroshimachi 5-2-6
    This is a commercial facility in Wakabayashi Ward, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. It has been opened as a “food kitchen” near Sendai City Central Wholesale Market. The inside of the store is bright and has a sophisticated atmosphere like a European market. There are 31 selective stores providing goods such as fresh fish from Sanriku and Matsushima, processed fish products, local agricultural produce, and other product goods and the center is crowded with many shoppers every day. Seasonal seafood direct from the production area is especially recommended. The center is perfect for lunch offering a seafood-on-rice bowl (kaisendon) with a large amount of fresh seafood and a restaurant where visitors can taste authentic Sendai beef tongue.

    While this farmers market is not the biggest in size or in product selection, it is a great place to go for brunch. The small stalls and restaurants in there offer a selection of the freshest...

  • Ishinomaki Genki Ichiba
    35 Reviews
    Miyagi Pref. Ishinomakishi Chuou 2-11-11
    This large market is located about 12 minutes on foot from Ishinomaki Station on the JR Senseki Line. Every day they offer fresh Ishinomaki caught seafood on the first floor, and visitors love their fresh picked vegetables and just-baked bread. They also sell local specialties and unique items, letting guests shop to their hearts' content in the spacious, high ceilinged store. The second floor is a food court where you can dine on dishes that showcase Ishinomaki seafood like their Kinkazan Rice Bowl heaped with fresh local toppings and their Anago Tempura Rice Bowl topped with an enormous portion of conger eel, crispy on the outside and tender within.


  • Kesennuma Fish Market
    9 Reviews
    Miyagi Kesennuma-shi Minatomachi 2-13
    This shopping spot featuring a huge variety of fresh gourmet cuisine is in Kesennuma City's Naiwan area, about 15 minutes on foot from Minami-Kesennuma Station on the Kesennuma Line. Featuring local processed marine products and seasonal fish landed at Kesennuma Port, they offer a host of items only available in Kesennuma for their visitors' enjoyment. They also serve meals featuring a variety of reasonably priced seafood dishes such as their rice bowl and set meals. Their popular aburi sanma saury received the Emperor's Award at the 42nd Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Festival.


  • Onagawa-cho Regional Wholesale Market
    Miyagi Pref. Oshikagunonagawachou Miyagasaki Miyagasaki 87
    The natural harbor in Onagawa a five minute walk from Onagawa Station on the JR Ishinomaki Line has been renowned since ancient times. Several boat lines connecting to outlying islands leave from here, including Ashi-jima Island, a breeding ground for black-tailed gulls and rhinoceros auklets designated a National Natural Monument; and Enoshima Island, the only inhabited island in the Enoshima Island Archipelago. A scheduled boat also visits Mt. Kinka, one of the Three Holy Sites of Oshu (Mutsu Province), every Sunday and on holidays. Mt. Kinka is a popular mystical power spot. The port boasts one of the greatest hauls of Pacific saury in the country and its waters are used to cultivate oysters and silver salmon. The fresh seafood brought in here is used in town restaurants to make local specialties such as the Onagawa donburi rice bowl.
  • Nappashi
    Miyagi Pref. Kuriharashi Wakayanagi Kawakitatsukanone 22-2
  • Kogota Morning Market
    Miyagi Toda-gun Misatomachi Kitaura 1-chome
  • Fureai Ichi
    Miyagi Osaki-shi Furukawakitamachi 3-chome 10-36
  • Doyoaohhashi
    Miyagi Pref. Shiroishishi Sawabatachou 4-1
  • Marinepal Onagawa Osaka Na Ichiba
    Miyagi Oshika-gun Onagawacho

Miyagi Areas


Lying along the northeastern coast of Japan, Miyagi prefecture is home to lashings of natural parks, oysters, and hot springs. While the bustling city of Sendai offers some simple city entertainment, it's the Matsushima islands that deserve the most attention, having boosted the prefecture's reputation as one of Japan's most scenic views.

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