Morning Market in Wajima, Wajima

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. By using our Wajima trip itinerary app , you can arrange your visit to Morning Market in Wajima and other attractions in Wajima.
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  • It is doing things that went to no. 5 on Wednesday, even though fewer in number of stores. The weekly Wednesday is State-of-the-ordinary shops closed, so was overall not lively. It might be better avoided for the time being, on Wednesday. So many people who stop aging saleswoman still does not come back since the earthquake that wajima, also seems a saleswoman. Long was not crowded at the time, but have you ever been to when I was going past, still train. AmeriCorps week is been there. I thought I wish I have been developed, such as a toilet.
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  • Takayama morning market experience has been so, well, too much thought, do not expect around do have roughly as expected. I was offered a little more thrift shop in the back of the tent.
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  • Nice clean market in a small harbour city. Better to visit the lacquerware producers and the museum. Careful, in this village you can starve if you miss the lunch hour at 2 pm.  more »

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Since Wajima lies secluded on the northern tip of the Noto Peninsula, accommodation options in town don't vary widely in style or price. Aside from a couple of mid-range and high-end hotels, lodgings mostly consist of traditional Japanese inns, or "ryokan." Often offering "tatami" floors and free wi-fi, or even private "onsen" bathhouses, the inns in Wajima can be pricier than their big city counterparts.
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