Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street

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Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street
Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street
Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street
Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street
Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street
Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street
Sakaiminato: Seafood Capital and Kitaro-Manga Street

What an interesting combination! A city with fresh seafood and manga Ge-Ge-Ge no Kitaro - Japanese monster comic. Let’s share the fun!


Sakaiminato is an active fishing port with the largest hauls of crab and tuna in Japan. This fish market is always very lively. While strolling along Mizushiki Shigeru Road, you will be greeted with many Yokai bronze statues. Sake breweries offer a sake experience like no other, and you will be able to buy very delicious tasting sake at local stores. Be careful not to drink too much of this delicious sake!

Full Day Tour
Lunch time is included

Itinerary 10:15 JR Yonago Station 1. The area around JR Sakaiminato Station Walking Local Bus 2. Fish Market (10 mins. walk) 3. Lunch (Japanese Food) Local Bus 4. A Street Lined with Souvenir Shops and Local Shops (Kitaro Road) 5. Sake Brewery & Cafe at Sake Brewery JR Sakaiminato Station

The tour will disband upon arrival at JR Yonago Station at around 16:00 or 17:00.
Getting a train time Approx. 45 mins by each riding on
Duration Approx. 6 or 7 hrs
Cost Approx. 840 yen for transportation fare plus food and beverages
Remarks
  • Sake Brewery
    Please refrain from eating Natto, fermented soy beans, and yogurt on the tour day.

  • Fish Market
    This tour might change during the New Years holiday, and Bon holidays (in mid-August) and the below mentioned.

    Closed:
    Tuesday (but open all national holidays)
    Wednesday (instead of if Tue is a national holiday)
    However, only the first Tuesday of December is closed.

  • A restaurant for lunch is desirable.

  • Reservation for Sake brewery tour is required in advance.

  • The tour group will travel by public transport.