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Dropped by the market after the morning visit to the Cape Soya via public bus.
It was a quiet afternoon and I managed to grab my lunch before the shop rest for lunch hours.
Pick up a Wakkanai milk and a yummy soft serve ice...More
Maybe my low expected trip made everything so fun at Wakkanai.
It was fun. Local markets were fun. What is this? What is that? Can I bring this home? How can I cook this? Is this even cheap? Unlike other markets crowded with so many...More
Dropped in this seafood market hoping to have a fresh seafood lunch but was disappointed. It is a small 2 floors seafood market, catering for retail and wholesale. It is the smallest seafood market I have seen in many cities that I have visited. Each...More
This is not a very crowded seafood market as other places in Japan. Seafood is great around the northern seas and if you manage to catch the Urchin season (May to Sep) it would be a dish not to be missed! Small stalls selling local...More