An outlet shopping mall with approximately 85 outlet shops which are mainly directly-managed by major brands. Consists of a two-story “Factory Outlets”, “Seaport Restaurants” with seven restaurants facing the ocean, “Seaport Outlets”, “Kid’s Outlets” and “Life Style Outlets”. The mall is designed like the streets of Nantucket Island on the East Coast of the United States, and together with the clock tower, the windmill and the lighthouse standing in the grounds, creates an exotic atmosphere that makes you feel like you are in an overseas resort.
A centre for fresh vegetables from Miura and Misaki Tuna. On the 2nd floor of the Vegetable Market, various produce such as Miura vegetables, meat, tofu and various breads are sold. There is also a cafe where you can sip a cup of coffee while resting. On the 1st floor, you can find seafood products such as tuna and coastal fishes, ingredients for everyday meals. Drop by the Urari Marche for delicious foods.
Storehouse style buildings scattered in the Misaki Shitamachi Shotengai create an atmosphere of Showa period. The Shotengai offers various specialty foods, including Misaki Tuna. Annual events are: Chakkirako (UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage) on January 15, and Miura Yoichi in August.