Matsushima Fish Market

A market with a large range of fresh seafood - including tuna and oysters!

Matsushima Fish Market is about 10 minutes on foot from Matsushima-Kaigan Station on the Senseki Line. It is located in the center of a town that bustles with tourists from Japan and overseas. You will find a rich lineup of fresh marine products - approximately 1,500 kinds - in the shops. In addition, tuna dissection shows and events to serve freshly caught marine products are held in great numbers every month.


There is a strong image of oysters when we think of Matsushima. Nevertheless, Matsushima Fish Market, which is operated by a tuna fishing boat charterer, sells tuna with excellent freshness that have been quickly frozen once being caught on a boat.


There is a sushi area and flame-broiled food area on the first floor. You can eat freshly flame-broiled marine products that are piping hot here. The second floor is home to a dining space with more than 120 seats. You can eat fresh seafood here. Furthermore, there is a lineup of rare products that are hard to obtain elsewhere (e.g., delicacies, canned food, nori seaweed and sasakama (bamboo leaf-shaped fish paste). You will find it exciting to just look at these products. This makes it a fun sales area. There is an oysters cooked in the shell house in the parking lot. The all-you-can-eat piping hot and bouncing oysters are very popular.

General Information

Address
宮城県宮城郡松島町松島字普賢堂4-10
Opening Times
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(Meals: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the 1F and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the 2F)
Closures
None
Directions
●10 minutes on foot from Matsushima-Kaigan Station on the JR Senseki Line
●15 minutes from Matsuhima-Kaigan IC on the Sanriku Expressway
Car Park
Yes
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Contact

Telephone Number
0120-50-2318

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