Harmonica Yokocho (Harmonica Alley) got its name from the way its shops are lined up in the shape of a harmonica reed. Its landmark is a wooden arch, and some old shops have been in business since the early 1950s. With ethnic restaurants amidst the small Japanese restaurants and izakayas, Harmonica Alley blends nostalgia with an international atmosphere, making it a popular place for a wide range of customers.
|Address||Between Iwaizumicho and Nagayokocho, Hachinohe City|
|Hours||Vary by shop|
|Regular Holidays||Vary by shop|
|Access||By train: 15-minute walk from JR Hachinohe Line Hon-Hachinohe Station
By bus: Hachinohe City Bus / Nanbu Bus - 3-minute walk from the Hachinohe Chushingai Terminal "Chuo-dori" or "Tsuitachimachi" bus stop
|Parking||No parking (Parking is available in the neighborhood)|