Lots of fishy options and it all looks great. I don't eat seafood so it's all just a visual treat for me, but it's a really nice little market if you enjoy markets!
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This market is where the locals shop, but just like the Tsukiji market in Tokyo and the Nishiki market in Kyoto, there are also many visitors from around the world. A very nice market to see what the city has to offer, but I felt...More
This is a sizeable market with a variety of fish, sake and food stalls. It is definitely worth having a browse whilst in Kanazawa. There is also a food hall downstairs with outlets serving fast Japanese food.
Probably I visited it at the wrong time. Didn't find anything to eat, probably it was in the second floor? There were a couple of places and a long line of Chinese tourists waiting. Prices? Expensive especially if you are eating in a market. After...More
This market is famous for the fresh and worthy seafood and indeed we saw all kinds of seafood and relative products. The overall environment was clean and we did not smell anything stinky. The market is not far from the Kanazawa station, just go go...More
A large and interesting market, with heaps of fish of various kinds as well as other produce. Less crowded and easier to navigate (but smaller) than Tsukiji market in Tokyo. Nice place to stroll around and get a sense of the local market activity. Easy...More
They sell produce, meat, fish, clothes, sundries, tea, ice cream, and there are lots of little food stalls. Stuff was surprisingly pricey. I was also surprised how much stuff was pre-packaged and/or dried. Thank God, there were no live animals or fish for sale. I...More