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About Yuriage

We held only every Sunday and holidays!
Come and join us!

History of Yuriage

​The Yuriage area in Natori City, Miyagi Prefecture, has prospered as a fishing port since before the Edo period (1603-1867), and has a history of transporting marine products to Sendai Castle using the Sadayama Canal, the longest canal in Japan, which was reportedly dug by Date Masamune.

Red clams recognized by a sushi restaurant with three Michelin Guide stars

The Port of Yuriage is famous for its fresh seafood caught in the surrounding waters, and is especially famous for its red clams, so much so that a high-end sushi restaurant that has won three stars in the Michelin Guide says, "We only use red clams from Yuriage.

"better products at lower prices"

The "Yuriage Minato Asaichi" has been held on Sundays and holidays in the Yuriage area for about 30 years. With the motto of "better products at lower prices" the market offers a wide variety of fresh seafood and locally grown vegetables, and usually attracts some 5,000 to 10,000 tourists.

We will not give in to the rain

The Yuriage Port Morning Market, loved by many people, has been held for about 30 years, rain or snow.

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