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Kushiro Fisherman's Wharf Moo, Kushiro
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In a foggy port on the Pacific coast of eastern Hokkaido lies Kushiro Fisherman's Wharf Moo, a five-floor market packed with seafood, dairy products, and restaurants. The town is said to be the place where a chicken dish called zangi and the robatayaki style of charcoal-grilled fish and shellfish originated, so keep your eyes peeled for these regional flavors while perusing the vast quantity of available cuisines. For Kushiro Fisherman's Wharf Moo and beyond, use our Kushiro vacation planner to get the most from your Kushiro vacation.
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  • We came early to have our breakfast but it only open at 10am, so we went across the road to the convenience store to have something light. Again, all credit to Bumblebeemum, the Sanmanma (sushi roll w...  more »
  • Outside, fishing vessels can be seen tied up to the wharf. Inside on the first floor (ground floor) there are stalls selling all types of seafood and tourist items. Some of the sea food is alive. The ...  more »
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