There are eight yokocho (side streets) where a retro Showa period (1926 to 1989) atmosphere hangs in the air in Hachinohe. However, this food stall village, one of these, is called Miroku (Three and Six) Yokocho because it has a structure that connects Mikkamachi (Three Days Town) and Muikamachi (Six Days Town). It is a popular spot for both locals and tourists. The 26 small stalls that stretch out in the narrow yokocho are always bustling.
The stalls have a style in which the stall owner is surrounded by eight customers. This is a friendly atmosphere like drinking with friends even though you might be meeting for the first time. It is a spot brimming with human interest - regular customers will give up their seats for you and you can enjoy a conversation with the workers at the stall. In addition to local sake and other alcoholic drinks, you can try many foods of Hachinohe. These include local dishes, fresh seafood, oden stew, kushiyaki skewers, meat dishes and Hachinohe ramen. The real pleasure here is trying out stall after stall in one go, so please visit a number of stalls and enjoy various flavors.
The stalls are also unusual in that they contain the aspect of being committed to the environment. For example, they provide organic ingredients and have set up an eco station.
- Opening Times
- Varies depending on the shop
- ●Approx. 10 minutes on foot from JR Hon-Hachinohe Station
- Reviews (TripAdvisor)
- Impediment removal supported
●Fully equipped with restrooms for wheelchair users
●Seeing eye dogs welcome
- Kita-no Gurume Toshi KK
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