Misaki Regional Fisheries Wholesale Market

Travel Guide - Misaki Regional Fisheries Wholesale Market

Information

The Miura City Misaki Fishing Port on the tip of the Miura Peninsula is famous for deep sea fishing.
Tuna going through this market is branded "Misaki Tuna", a brand known nationwide.
The sale of up to 3-meter long tuna at the fish market here is a sight to see and you can watch approximately 400-1,000 being sold each day from the visitor's path on the second floor.
You can also enjoy an extravagant menu of dishes using the fresh seafood from the market at the cafeteria in the facility.

Opening Hours

  • 8:00 - 10:30

Closed

  • Irregular
  • Tuna auction: Sundays and alternate Wednesdays

Access / Public Transport

  • 14 minutes from Misakiguchi Station (KK72) on Keikyu Kurihama Line by the bus bound for Misaki-ko. Get off at Misaki-ko Bus stop.

Address / Location

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