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Iwaki La La Mew, Iwaki

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Bridge Architectural Building
An ocean and fish food theme park, Iwaki La La Mew offers a fresh seafood market, over ten restaurants serving both seafood and Western cuisine, as well as a children's play area. Visit the museum dedicated to Iwaki and its sister cities on the second floor, or take a leisurely 50-minute boat cruise. For those looking to explore the area further, other restaurants, souvenir shops, and an aquarium offer alternative attractions. Use our Iwaki vacation route planner to visit Iwaki La La Mew on your trip to Iwaki, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Located in the harbor. This was rebuilt after the Tsnume flooded the area. Great seafood market if you want to prepare food at home . Also, sushi freshly prepared on site, snacks, gifts.  more »
  • Went there a few times when it was brand-spanking new. It gave us something to do when my daughter was really young. Otherwise, meh. (Why doesn't TA allow us to post the time we actually visited rathe...  more »
  • I stopped by around 14 GW. Not so crowded as I expected because of the time zone. It's got together to common fish market and gift shop and dining facilities. Indoor children's playground because it's pretty big for the little you here on a rainy day want or think. Looking at the market Street, around the works was buying only what is not cheap enough rumor and felt so familiar and not available. Abandoned because it had one mouthwatering full meals, but ate a big breakfast at the hotel. Instead we skewer one at a time. Pick yourself a barbecue space, but not after all my stomach so not invited (lol high-speed Internet traffic of less industrial road? Through and just might be just right on the last day of closing.
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