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There were plenty of fish which looked sad swimming around in very little water and also squid fishing but there wasn’t really a good atmosphere and there were too many people. It would have been helpful to have more signs In English
Prices here are steeper than other markets. Not every melon is sweet. Just ate one slice at 500yen and it wasn’t sweet.
Wanted to try the dancing squid in the market but we were showed a sign that says “not today”.
Sea urchin can’t get...More
I came with a group of university students. Got to catch a squid, get coffee, and had amazing food. The place was bustling and had a great atmosphere to it. Some one should do a new age video compilation of it. I loved this place.
If you have never come to Hakodate Morning Market, you can never say you come to Hakodate before.
Hakodate Morning Market is a paradise for people who love fresh seafood. Giant Hokkaido crab, sea urchin, fresh squid and many others sorts of exotic foods. The...More
Try the mouth-watering "seafood" here to start our trip in Hakodate. We walk from JR Hakodate only 2 minutes to here. There are around 250 stores, selling fruits( e.g. Melon 🍈) vegetables, sweets and particularly SEAFOODS!
Additionally, we experienced squid fishing (🦑 +🎣 ) that...More
It was the highlight of our Hakodate trip. We were able to see live crabs, fish, cuttlefish and other seafood for sale and for free tasting too. I would definitely recommend walking in the market and talk to the vendors and taste some of the...More
It is good experience if you have not been to Morning market and the place to buy dried scallop but if you want to eat in seafood restaurant. I suggest you visit this place which is 20mins drive from Red Brick in city - Hokuto...More
A wonderful market with lots of surprises from sashimi to dried goods to fruits. Melons are wonderful to eat and nice squid fishing. Lots of goodies to buy. Must wake up early in order to catch the best deals at the market as they will...More
There is a good hotel near the Shinkansen station called Grantia Hotel Ekimae in Hakodate. It's a 2-minute walk from the train station. It's reasonably priced and includes buffet breakfast. Japanese-style dinners are... More
There is a good hotel near the Shinkansen station called Grantia Hotel Ekimae in Hakodate. It's a 2-minute walk from the train station. It's reasonably priced and includes buffet breakfast. Japanese-style dinners are offered at Hana Tei restaurant. It features a public hot-spring bath with 13th-floor views. All have a bathtub, fridge and humidifier. Japanese-style sleepwear and slippers are provided for all guests. Limited internet access are provided free at the lobby.
Since you will be staying for the night, don't miss the morning fish market. You can just stroll down the market lanes and browse through. Check the hairy crabs and other seafood that are on display including the famous red cuttlefish that some people eat live! Some vendors offer free tasting of crabs, other seafood.
i was there for 2 nights, all via public transport, the electric train. stay near the train station. first evening went to hakodate mountian, next morning the market. 2nd day abit boring but we made our way to goryokaku... More
i was there for 2 nights, all via public transport, the electric train. stay near the train station. first evening went to hakodate mountian, next morning the market. 2nd day abit boring but we made our way to goryokaku, nice view from the top.
we stayed 2 nights before u got to remember, may is summer, longer daylight. i was there 1st week of aug. so by the time u we see the sunset at hakodate mountain, it was pretty late for us to go for a squid restaurant that was a must go for us. if u are keen for the seafood, i think 2 nights is good. 1 night is insufficient for foods