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Coffee Marche

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Japanese: Kaisendonburi (Rice Topped with Sashimi)

Coffee Marche Description

Located in Hakodate, Coffee Marche is a charming café that offers a unique blend of Japanese cuisine and seafood dishes. The cozy atmosphere of the restaurant, combined with its proximity to the Shinkawacho Station, makes it a popular choice for locals and tourists alike.

One of the standout features of Coffee Marche is its diverse menu, which includes a variety of coffee options, fresh seafood dishes, and traditional Japanese cuisine. From savoring a steaming cup of freshly brewed coffee to indulging in a plate of sashimi, guests can experience a delightful fusion of flavors that highlight the best of Hakodate's culinary scene.

The interior of Coffee Marche is tastefully decorated, creating a welcoming ambiance for diners to relax and enjoy their meal. Whether you're looking for a quick coffee break or a leisurely dining experience, Coffee Marche offers a unique culinary journey that sets it apart from other dining establishments in the area.

Coffee Marche Overview


1-2 Shinkawachō, Hakodate, Hokkaido 040-0032


+81 (0) 138-22-7686


2 minute walk from Shinkawacho Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 7:00AM-3:00PM
Tue: 7:00AM-3:00PM
Wed: 7:00AM-3:00PM
Thur: 7:00AM-3:00PM
Fri: 7:00AM-3:00PM
Sat: 7:00AM-3:00PM

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Coffee Marche Reviews

Coffee Marche Google Average Rating



Cute little coffee shop but serves lunch that are reasonable. The master serves coffee and beer too. There are counter seats as well as tables but not too big so it gets crowded during lunch, it seems like this is a local’s favorite place to hang out for a coffee or for a glass of beer. The fried fish was so fresh and so good!! You can also try fresh squid here.


I loved this place! The fishes are super tasty, I had a salmon and ikura donburi and it was insanely good, tasted like heaven


I had the simmered silver cod and squid sashimi set meal.
All delicious.
This is my first time eating something like this at a coffee shop lol

However, the prices are tourist prices.
It's definitely delicious, but I feel it's a little expensive.
I think the location, retro atmosphere, and thoughtfulness of the owner make it worth it.


This coffee shop is located inside the free market and has a retro Showa era atmosphere, but it has a great selection of food. After much deliberation, we chose the silver cod and squid sashimi set, which everyone recommended. Eat less rice. Of course the squid sashimi was delicious, but the silver cod fillet was so big and the skin so crispy that I could eat it all. I was able to have a small talk with the master, and he also gave me a handle on the Styrofoam box that I bought at the market, which was really helpful. I almost had to carry her back to Tokyo😭. It appears to be a shop that is loved by locals. It's Tokyo, but I'd like to go there again.


This is my second visit.
I ordered the squid sashimi set meal. It was very delicious.
Master? The person who seemed to be very polite and courteous customer service made me feel at ease when I returned home. I would like to visit the store again.