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Fresh fish and shellfish caught near Sado Island will be sold at very low prices. Everyone can join the amateur fish auction, and you will be amazed to see the expert’s outstanding skill in the giant tuna cleaning show.

Dates:Sunday, November 13th, 2016

Location:Sado Fish Market, 1-1 Kasuga, Sado City


The representatives of Sado’s autumn flavors, Okesa Persimmons are characterized by their smooth, fully rounded and superior flavor. In addition to wine and sake, young persimmon leaf tea and persimmon cakes, there are numerous other edible souvenirs from which to choose.


Come and celebrate kanburi, Niigata’s delicious yellowtail that represents the very best of winter delicacies of Sado. Beginning with fishing with large nets, get you fill of yellowtail through fish cutting demonstrations, fresh fish for sale, and yellowtail fish races.
The first 1,000 people to arrive at the hall will get free fish soup and welcome sake tasting.

Date:Sunday, December 4th, 2016
  (The first Sunday of December each year)

Time:10:00a.m.-2:00 p.m.

Venue:Washizaki Harbor event plaza, Sado City


Osaki Soba, made from only stone ground buckwheat flour and water, is “one hundred percent buckwheat soba”
Besides trying this soba made from 100% buckwheat flour, visitors can also enjoy local foods like dango dumplings, boiled dishes, and mountain vegetables. You can even see some of the Osaki region’s traditional performing arts.
Tour participants will be able to visit Watatsu shrine and ride the Tarai-bune tub boats.

※Book early, as spaces fill up quickly with both tourists from outside the island and repeat visitors.


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A hot spring in the Aikawa area near the Edo Period’s financial supporter, Sado’s Gold Mine, the beautifully sculpted coastline of Senkaku Bay and many places of interest.

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