Maple Pavilion using Canadian wood was built by the support of the Canadian federal government. There are several restaurants and shops that offer local specialties, items and souvenirs. You can also find some goods sold to support the revival of the local community after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. There is an area where you can view panels and screen images which tell you what happened before and after the disaster.
It is located next to the “Yuriage” Port Morning Market, but unlike the market, this pavilion is open on weekdays too. It is closed on Thursday.
- ROAST STAGE: Coffee & light meals
- Ryotei Hamaya: Seafood restaurant
- Senya: Seafood restaurant *Open on Sundays & Holidays when the “Yuriage” Port Morning Market is open
- Shanghai-mura: Congee & Chinese Foods
|Address||Maple Pavilion, "Yuriage" Port Morning Market, Yuriage, 5-23-20, Natori City|
|Business Hours||Weekdays 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Sundays & Holidays 6:00 am – 1:00 pm|
|Parking||Parking is available. Parking for a large sized bus is also available.|
|Access||Take the Sendai Tobu Expressway and exit at Natori Interchange. It is a 5-minute drive from there.|
FELICE means happiness in Italian
Japanese Sake (rice wine) “Yuri”; signifying revival from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
Japanese Sake which vows for the reconstruction and come back of "Yuriage".
Aiming to reunite with customers, the market has taken a new step forward.
The market was once destroyed by the tsunami, but it reopened after restorations were completed.
"Sasa Kamaboko", a fish cake, originated in Natori.