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photo of Furukawa Fish Market

Tohoku | Aomori | Aomori

Furukawa Fish Market

Furukawa Fish Market is located in downtown Aomori and is known for create your own seafood donburi called nokkedon.

photo of Tsukiji Market

Kanto | Tokyo | Central Tokyo

Tsukiji Market

Tsukiji Market is a large market for fish, fruits and vegetables in central Tokyo.

photo of Nishiki Market

Kansai | Kyoto | Kyoto City

Nishiki Market

Nishiki Market started out as a fish wholesale district, but evolved into a shopping district known as “Kyoto’s Kitchen.”

photo of Nijo Market

Hokkaido | Sapporo

Nijo Market

Located two blocks away from Odori Park, offers a chance to eat Hokkaido’s famous seafood.

photo of Hakodate Morning Market

Hokkaido | Hakodate

Hakodate Morning Market

Over 450 shops; hours of operations are 5am (6am in the winter) to 12pm.

photo of Kushiro Washo Market

Hokkaido | Kushiro

Kushiro Washo Market

Kushiro Washo Market is one of the top three fish markets to go to in Hokkaido and it is popular place to have a “Kattedon” meal.

photo of Shiogama Fish Market

Tohoku | Miyagi | Shiogama

Shiogama Fish Market

Shiogama Fish Market is one of the busiest processing centers for fish in Japan and most important fishing port.

photo of Omicho Market

Chubu | Ishikawa | Kanazawa

Omicho Market

Omicho Market is the largest fresh food market in Kanazawa and has been around since the Edo period.

photo of Kuromon Market

Kansai | Osaka | Osaka City

Kuromon Market

The Kuromon Ichiba Market is known as “Osaka’s Kitchen” and is a popular shopping alley.