[Akita / Odate] Early morning auction experience and market tour! Visit the seasonal flavors at the only public market in the north of the prefecture that handles vegetables and fish at the same time! (Morning set meal included) Welcome to families and groups with children

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Odate City, Akita Prefecture, which is the center of the northern Tohoku region, has a rich food culture. Why do not you visit the seasonal ingredients at the public market that handles vegetables and fish at the same time, which is the only one in the north of Akita prefecture that supports the food culture? There are many spots to enjoy such as the powerful local vegetable auction and the fresh fish caught from the local Akita sea. Get up a little early, come to the market instead of exercising early in the morning, eat delicious breakfast, and enjoy Odate even more! * Because it is a public market, general people cannot shop. note that.

Activity details


Adult (over 18) 1person 5,000yen

child(6 to 17 years old) 1person 3,000yen

Infant (5 years old less) 1person 0yen

Group discount (3-5 people discount) 1set 10,000yen

  • All prices include tax.
  • Price is as stated above.
  • Prices vary by date. Please confirm the price after seleting your reservation date.
【Included in price】
Guide fee, breakfast fee (daily morning set meal), insurance fee, consumption tax
【Not included in price】
For groups of 5 or more, 500 yen per parking fee

Activity seanon

【First day of season】2024-04-01

【Last day of season】2024-11-30

Required time

1 to 2 hours

Age limit & other information

Please check the reservation site for details.

To reservation page

Company information

【Meeting place】
Oin Market Parking Lot (on the left)

【Meeting time】
Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the start of the tour (5:50 am).

【Company name】
Odate City Fruits, Fruits and Fish Wholesale Co., Ltd.

1 Shakanai Aza Kaidoue, Odate City, Akita Prefecture

【Business hours】
From 5:00 to 16:30

Every Wednesday, Sunday, and holidays (* according to the market calendar)