We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We stopped at the morning market on a recent trip to the Noto Peninsula and Wajima. The day was rainy, windy and quite cold. My sense was that many of the stalls did not open because of the weather. There was an interesting display of...More
It operates in the morning till 12noon. Car parking spaces were available two streets away at the Asaichi Parking lot at a cost of ¥300 per stay. Tourists were welcome and phablets would be given by local authorities once the car was parked. The staff...More
Very interesting to explore and understand the lives of the local. Open your eyes to look out for hidden treasures here. In the midst, there is this Go NAGAI Wonderful Museum you may like to visit if you are interested in Japanese cartoon.
A medium size market where you can buy fresh, marinated or dry seafood, lacquer, souvenir etc. People are very friendly. There's a small hut where you can buy fresh seafood and bbq using charcoal there for free. It was really fun and love it.
Seafood, lacquer and food! One of the oldest morning market selling products produced nearby, including natural salt, seafood (fresh and dried), vegetables and the famous Wajima lacquer chopsticks and utensils. the street isn't very long, but with lots to look at. The bus tour guide...More
This is a very busy morning market which you can see a lot of local food and artwork. Be here early in the morning for the freshest food of the season and also take time to walk into the shops to find the best lacquerware...More