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Morning Market in Wajima, Wajima
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In Morning Market in Wajima, shop for fresh seafood and Wajima's famous lacquerware. Street vendors and merchants fill out the narrow street, enclosed by rustic wooden houses. Besides seafood of all sorts, try shio-senbei (Japanese rice crackers). Find treasures in antique shops, jewelry, colorful chopsticks and dining ware, vegetables, and much more. When hungry, pick up some of the sashimi and other delicacies sold by street vendors. Plan to visit Morning Market in Wajima and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Wajima attractions using our Wajima family vacation planner.
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  • Canning and dried I was wondering I jostle for fresh fish unique to wajima and souvenir stalls, but it deserted, as everywhere there are seaside souvenir! Maybe by season ended in May.
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  • 10/25: stay in the city of wajima morning market location, etc. after dinner-slowly explored. Walk, do not bring your travel essentials light and dark places. I think first and foremost wanted to say the owner is now alone in wajima, but compared with other tourist destinations, first place. Overlook trail is the city that is in souvenir and curio shops around where you can enjoy. At the end of market Street, inside the cabin of the folk free foot and remain open until 10 at night so was nice and warm even in winter. Women's locker room was provided. (There pet foot this foot was a field.  ) Chase market saw open 8 a.m. tourist shank... are interesting in store and I bought a catnip cat toys trees and jujube fruit. Wanted to buy a wajima-Nuri at the wajima lacquer Hall, "do not touch the exhibits (for sale). "And because it was visible... lost buying. Good feel in hand, tell for the first time especially lacquer ware, lightness with hue to think what to buy with their own.
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  • 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...  more »