Iwaki Lalamew

Iwaki Lalamew

At Iwaki's Tourism and Products Center, visitors can purchase products and specialties from Iwaki as well as enjoy eating local produce. The Tourism and Products Center also introduces visitors to Iwaki City's local history and culture.

The Lalamew complex includes 7 fish shops, 15 gift shops, and 12 eating and drinking establishments. The fish shops have the feel of an open-air market, and visitors can bargain for seafood direct from the port.

Please enjoy dining in the establishments that present to you an abundance of seasonal seafood.

Venue Details

Venue Details
Websitehttp://www.lalamew.jp/en/
Contact

Iwaki City Tourism & Products Center

(+81) 246-92-3701

Best SeasonAll Year
Opening Hours

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Depends on season)

Please see the website for information on days closed

Parking430 cars
Entrance FeeFree
Accommodation details

Pets: Not allowed

Access Details
Access50 Tatsumi-Cho, Onahama, Iwaki City, Fukushima Pref. 971-8101
View directions
Getting there

By Car: 20 min from Yumoto I.C., and 25 min from Nakoso I.C. on the Joban Expressway

By Train: 15 min bus ride from Yumoto Station (JR Joban Line)

Nearby

The World Glassware Hall
Historical Sites

Soma Nakamura Shrine

Soma Nakamura Shrine, long revered for enshrining the patron deity of the Soma clan, is built on a small hill in the western area of the Nakamura Castle grounds. The shrine was erected in 1643 by Soma Yoshitsune, the 18th head of the Soma family. The main shrine is a an example of Gongen Shinto architecture, in which the main hall and worship hall are connected by a passageway, and the lacquer, painting, and metal fixtures are authentic representations of its Kan'ei era construction. The shrine was designated as a national important cultural property in 1984.

The World Glassware Hall
Historical Sites

Hattachi-Yakushi Temple

In the year 806, the holy priest Tokuichi constructed Hattachi-Yakushi Temple as a place of worship for the Buddhist deity who has the ability to ensure the safe voyage of seafarers. The temple grounds are extremely beautiful in spring when the hydrangeas bloom, earning the temple the local nickname ‘Hydrangea Temple’. In front of Hattachi-Yakushi Temple is Bentenjima Island and Shrine, and the Hattachi Coastline, which connects the mainland with the island. The Hattachi Coast is covered in unique gravel, which has traditionally been thought to have healing properties. However, removing a stone and bringing it home can have the opposite effect.

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