Sea Station Plat Seaport Market

Tomakomai is the catch shellfish production area of Japan No.1, and fresh fish shellfish, vegetables and fruits are also available on Minato Market.
The cafeteria is also full and bustling.



Address2 Chome-2-5 Minatomachi, Tomakomai-shi, Hokkaidō
Business hours· Store shop = 7: 00 ~
· Meals =
7: 00 ~ (April - December)
9: 00 ~ (January - March)
Closing time: 16: 00
Regular closed dayEvery Wednesday
Other information

It is approximately 90 minutes by car from Sapporo area.
Route 36 to Tomakomai. Turn left at the intersection of Route 276 (Shikotsu Ko Street Line).

It is approximately 90 minutes by car from Muroran area.
Route 36 to Tomakomai. Turn right at the intersection of Route 276 (Shikotsu Ko Street Line).

From JR Tomakomai Station South Exit, take the Donan Bus “Minatochō Shiritsubyōin junkan-sen Line” from the bus stop on your left. Get off at “Puratto Minato ichiba zen”.

Map of surrounding areas


  • Tomakomai West Port Ferry TerminalTomakomai West Port Ferry Terminal One of the Passenger Ship Terminal in Tomakomai port
  • Marutoma CafeteriaMarutoma Cafeteria If you want eat a surf clam in Tomakomai specialty is here.
  • Lake Utonai SanctuaryLake Utonai Sanctuary In 1981, Wild Bird Society of Japan (WBSJ) established the first sanctuary of Japan
  • Tomakomai – Shikotsu Lake Cycling RoadTomakomai – Shikotsu Lake Cycling Road Cycling road to Lake Shikotsu with a total length of 17km
  • Tarumae GaroTarumae Garo It is a sightseeing spot in Hokkaido which can be said to be a perfect hole.
  • Lake Utonai-koLake Utonai-ko It is famous worldwide as a collective flight area of Anser albifrons and swan.
  • Tomakomai City MuseumTomakomai City Museum You can learn Tomakomai's history and nature.
  • Ikoro no MoriIkoro no Mori Based on diverse plants nurturing the rich nature of Hokkaido, eleven kinds of different such as Rose Garden, White Garden and Border Garden.
  • Nishikionuma ParkNishikionuma Park A comprehensive park with Nishiki-Onuma and Nishiki-Konuma.
  • Yubutsu MuseumYubutsu Museum Approximately 1,000 warriors of Hachioji settled by the Edo Shogunate ordered around 1800 before the Tondenhei soldier arrived at the Hokkaido guards are exhibiting materials.