みなとオアシスマリンゲート塩釜 Marine Gate Shiogama, Shiogama

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みなとオアシスマリンゲート塩釜 Marine Gate Shiogama is located in Shiogama. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Shiogama holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the みなとオアシスマリンゲート塩釜 Marine Gate Shiogama and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • I brought my parents since I was small and came to shiogama shrine is the shrine annually. Leave home early every year, is near shrine in a car crowded lunch. Because this was also the time drive partly salt fish markets (closed), round up and around popped into the marine gate shiogama. Days had passed since new year's day surprised tourist ship is moving, but can eat and not be vacant soon and while going. Every new year's day meal, because it was open here is safe. 1 f was surprised at the many "fish long Pavilion" the restaurant is fresh seafood menu. It has helped many people who truly know the day and entering one after another.
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  • Were more and more people were volunteers and residents across urado Islands by boat after the disaster, I went to eat here while enjoying the holiday. Speaking of shiogama sushi battleground. Can eat the Bowl again, and this superb Italian also. Is also surprised that there was a deck this shiogama station. Stroll in the breeze while, or panoramic view. Summer Harbor when the festival attracts spectators here.
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  • It makes sense not only for, but also feeling a little lonely of and I think think ship departures. I think some simple souvenir shop also eat some expect to get there without also good. Bakery, located in marine gate salt in it's raw caramel is recommended!
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  • If you plan on taking the ferry to Matsushima or the Urato Islands, this place will come in handy as it is the ferry-port for the city of Shiogama. The four story building has a lot more to offer than just tickets and waiting spaces, though. On the first floor, the main entrance area opens into a room filled with vendors of local products and souvenirs as well as a small import shop specializing in goods from other south-east Asian countries. Also on the first floor is a lovely soba restaurant with cafeteria-style seating, specializing in maguro tuna wantons, made from the most famous fish in Shiogama. There are more restaurants on the second floor, including Blair Marina, a fairly classy sit-down eatery specializing in Italian-style food, albeit in a Japanese way. It might not be the fanciest place in town, but it is where the locals go for a mid-range night out and it does boast a great view of the harbor. The third floor holds a few meeting rooms inside as well as one restaurant, but the bigger draw is the outdoor viewing deck, which offers another great ocean view. If you want an even more fantastic view of the bay, head up to the fourth floor. There you'll find a viewing deck complete with long-distance view-finders that charge 100 yen for a magnified view of the outlying islands. The deck itself is free to visit and well worth a short trip up the stairs or elevator.
  • When you come to Miyagi shiogama shrine → from Marina gate shiogama → in sight-seeing boat called Matsushima, is highly recommended. You can buy souvenirs, and delicious in marine gate locally harvested seafood and processed products. Most are marine products sold in the Matsushima also landed in salt I'm ✨
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  • Lonely feeling full. Vicious cycle. Visitors Board a ship other than those required.
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  • Concert to listen while eating a meal. I want to still eat
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  • Aboard a boat from here, I went up to Matsushima.
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