Uozu Morning Market

Travel Guide - Uozu Morning Market


Uozu Morning Market began in 1995 to give an opportunity to sell Uozu's local products directly to the citizens and tourists.
The market is held at Umi-no-eki Shinkiro on every second and fourth Sunday of each month and attracts about 3,000 visitors each time.
You can buy fresh fishes caught in Toyama Bay, such as squid, flatfish and snow crab, as well as vegetables and other local products.
You can also have Japanese seafood dishes here.

Opening Hours

  • 7:00 - 11:00 (every 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month)


  • 2nd Wednesday of each month

Access / Public Transport

  • 17 minutes walk from JR Uozu Station

Address / Location

* Please click each address to show the location.


No tweets found.

Recommended Places

Katsunuma Budo-no-Oka Winery
Katsunuma town is famous for its grape and wine. Budo-no-Oka (or Grape Hill) is a winery located at the top of a small hill surrounded by gra ...  more »
Awara Onsen Yatai-mura 'Yukemuri Yokocho'
There are nostalgic Yatai-style food stalls gathered on the small street called "Yukemuri Yokocho". In this area just in front of Awara-Yunom ...  more »
Whity Umeda
Whity Umeda (originally named "Umeda Chika Center" when it opened in 1963) is a large underground shopping arcade which is directly connected ...  more »
Kuromon-Ichiba Market
Kuromon-Ichiba is a 600 meter-long market with 170 stalls which offers fish, fruits, vegetables and other foodstuffs. The market has been cal ...  more »
Otaru Canal Terminal
The European-style building is the former Otaru branch of Mitsubishi Bank, built in 1922. It is now used as Otaru Canal Terminal, a commercia ...  more »
Edo-dori Tonya-gai
Many interesting wholesale shops line Edo-dori Street that runs from JR Asakusabashi Station toward Asakusa. In particular, Japanese doll sto ...  more »
Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse (Aka-Renga Souko)
These warehouses called "Aka-Renga Souko (Red Brick Warehouse)" were built approximately 100 years ago. The buildings have been known familia ...  more »