Shopping Mall / Shopping Street Spots in Wakayama Area

  • Fisherman’s Wharf Shirahama
    51 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Pref. Nishimurogunshirahamachou 1667-22
    This leisure and resort area in Shirahama Town, Nishimuro County of Wakayama Prefecture has a fresh seafood market operated by local fishers, a restaurant, and a diving base. Visitors enjoy eating the freshly caught fish and shellfish, displayed on the stalls, right there on the spot. One can enjoy Japanese food, Italian, or seafood barbecue from the four restaurant shops on the wharf. Divers can choose from various course levels; from a easy diving encounter, up to boat diving for more experienced divers. Even beginners can safely try diving here at the Nanki Shirahama waters.

    This spot is next to the beach and relatively easy to find. It serves good seafood dons. So if you are around, it is a good lunch spot. Seafood was fresh and reasonable price.

  • Aeon Mall Wakayama
    Wakayama Wakayama-shi Naka Kusunokidani 573
    "Located right next to Wakayamadaigakumae Station on the Nankai Main Line. Connected directly to the station via a deck, this shopping mall is one of the largest in the prefecture. Making use of the area's natural terrain and its expansive grounds, the mall consists of five levels. The mall is occupied by some 210 tenants as well as the AEON Style Wakayama department store. Designed around the concept of a ""hill where smiles gather,"" tenants include a movie theater, pet shop, and medical clinic. A new face for Wakayama, the mall is a fun destination for young people and families alike."
  • Burakuri-cho
    Wakayama Wakayama-shi Nakanotanaminaminocho 25
    A shopping street located in Wakayama City. The overarching term used for the six shopping streets of Hon-machi, Burakuri-cho, Nakaburakuri-cho, Higashiburakuri-cho, Burakuri-cho O-dori, and Kitaburakuri-cho, the origins of the shopping street date back to a city renewal project initiated by local residents after the area was destroyed in a massive fire in 1830. A variety of events are held here, such as the Poplohas Market craft market every second Sunday of the month.
  • Garden Park Wakayama
    Wakayama Wakayama-shi
  • Kino wakayama (Kino Wakayama)
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Wakayama-shi Higashikuramaecho 39
  • ForestMall Iwade (Forest Mall Iwade)
    Wakayama Iwade-shi Nakabusa 147
  • JA Wakayama Green Station
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Wakayama Wakayama-shi Wasanaka 148
  • Fujito Dai Station Building Estacion
    Wakayama Wakayama-shi Naka 573-5
  • WAKAYAMA MIO (WakayamaMIO)
    Wakayama Wakayama-shi Misonocho 5-61
  • Wakayama Kasai Hohoemi Center
    Life / Living / Hospital
    Wakayama Wakayama-shi Matsue 775-1
    Wakayama Wakayama-shi Motoderamachi 5-chome 58
  • Montigure
    Wakayama Pref. Wakayamashi Shichibanchou 26-1
  • O Streat Wakayama Kita Bypass
    Wakayama Wakayama-shi Hirai 154
  • Iwade Chuo Shopping Center
    Wakayama Iwade Nojono 98-3
  • Forest Hashimoto
    Wakayama Hashimoto-shi Mitsuishi Dai1-chome 3-1
  • Seaside Kainan
    Wakayama Kainan-shi Tsukiji 1-1
  • O Streat Kinokawa I Saka
    Wakayama Kinokawa

Wakayama Areas


Wakayama prefecture unites pilgrims, food lovers, and culture buffs in a tranquil corner of Japan at the base of the Kii Peninsula. The setting for many a Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trail, Wakayama invites those in search of spirituality from one side of the prefecture to the other, from the 100-plus Buddhist temples of the sacred Mount Koya in the west to the inspiring temples of the Kumano Sanzan set among breathtaking nature in the east. Once the grueling hike is complete, make a beeline for Wakayama city to savor some of the country’s most delicious ramen noodles.

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