Nakaminato Fish Market (Hitachinaka City)
If you're looking for fresh, locally caught seafood at affordable prices then Nakaminato Fish Market is the place for you! After taking in the sights and sounds (and smells) of the market, choose from one of the many dining options including oysters, sushi, sashimi and sea urchin and tuck into some of the best seafood Japan has to offer. Furthermore, this giant fish market is located near to both Hitachi Seaside Park and Aquaworld Oarai Aquarium, making it the perfect addition to a day's sightseeing in central Ibaraki.For more information
Ami Premium Outlets (Ami Town)
The outlet mall features more than 100 Japanese and international luxury brands with options to please everyone.
The mall is just a few minutes from Ushiku Daibutsu Buddha and is also a great place to grab lunch after a visit to the Buddha.
Michi no Eki Roadside Rest Areas
Michi no eki stand along main routes all over Ibaraki. These rest areas sell local products, from fresh vegetables to handcrafts, at reasonable prices. You can find thoughtful souvenirs for your family and friends back home, and you can also take a rest or eat a snack or meal.
Miharashi-tei Gift Shop
Miharashi-tei Gift Shop is situated by the Higashimon Gate to Kairakuen Garden. You can find select souvenirs all made in Ibaraki, and the shop also provides tourist information, such as maps and leaflets.
There are several large shopping malls conveniently located near popular sightseeing spots. Take time out during your stay in Ibaraki and enjoy looking for a bargain perhaps.
Keisei Department Store
This prestigious department store opened in Mito in 1946. Keisei Department Store carries famous brands such as Louis Vuitton, and sells quality clothing and daily necessities. Also, the restaurant arcade and food department offer a wide variety of delicacies.