Large shopping centers

 There are a lot of large shopping centers in Funabashi city. When you come to Funabashi, please enjoy your stay with shopping and eating!

The Made in Funabashi brand

 The Made in Funabashi brand is a brand of products recognized as "quality products representative of Funabashi" such as processed foods using agricultural and marine products from Funabashi, as well as high quality industrial goods and crafts from within the city.

Morning Markets and Flea Markets

 For a deeper understanding of the local products made in Funabashi and markets by many local residents, Funabashi City holds the morning markets and flea markets.

Funabashi Morning Market


 It is held irregularly at Funabashi Daijingu Shrine 5 or 6 times per year.
 The products sold are limited to those made in Funabashi, and products such as local vegetables grown in Funabashi and seafood caught in Funabashi Harbor can be seen displayed. Local restaurants also participate in the markets, so customers can enjoy eating agricultural and marine products while buying local fresh ingredients.

Funabashi Flea Market

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 The Funabashi Regional Wholesale Market is open to the public during events held in even-numbered months (6 times per year).
 Foods such as fresh seafood, fruits, vegetables, and tuna at bargain prices are sold especially for the event. It is an event full of appeal, as free specialities from Funabashi are distributed to customers on a first-come, first-served basis. Customers can enjoy shopping in a festival-like atmosphere full of energy.

Funabashi Back Alley Stroll (South side of JR Funabashi Sta.)


Yamaguchi Yokocho (East Street)

 This is the narrow street that continues from Funabashi Station's south exit to Honcho Street. The street, located along the east side of the bus route from Funabashi Station's south exit, is lined with many shops serving food and drink.
 The road is known as Yamaguchi Yokocho, since the Emperor Meiji once stayed at the house of Jokichi Yamaguchi, now a traditional hotel or ryokan named "Sakuraya."

Naka Street

 This is an alley that connects Ekimae Street with Yamaguchi Yokocho (East Street).
 This street is lined with a mixture of restaurants both old and new and is bustling with activity day or night.

Honcho Street

 This street, which approaches Funabashi Daijingu Shrine from Funabashi Ekimae Street, has long been developed with rows of shops. It is also the main venue for the "Funabashi Citizens Festival" that takes place at the end of July.
 There are many interesting shops with a historical atmosphere, like a kimono shop and Japanese sweets store established 140 years ago.