The stage is seen during Bass Armstrong and Brad Wong's stories; when Bass sees his daughter Tina on Muramasa's TV announcing that she is planning to become a rock star, he becomes outraged and starts a fight with Brad, who just so happen to be in his way. This area is also where Hitomi and Leifang fight over Muramasa's last cabbage, with Hitomi winning the fight and the prize.
The arena is a relatively large one, starting next to Muramasa's store, and allowing players to battle along the seafront, including into outside a café, as well as including a fall down to the beach.
The arena features a lot of interactive objects, such as crates that burst their load & caskets that reveal chickens when players are knocked into them. The vendors of the stores are cheering the fight, and turn noticeably angry when one of the characters are knocked into their wares. There is also a large cluster of balloons on one store that are set loose when one character is knocked down to the beach. The beach features palm trees and sun-beds.
Non-Dead or Alive appearancesEdit
Seaside Market appears in Koei's hack-'n-slash game Musou Orochi 2 (Warriors Orochi 3). It is represented as Ayane's personal unique stage. Due to the time-space tampering, the stage has elements of the Battle of Hasedō.