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This is a lively market that starts in the morning and it stops at 6pm. Obviously if you want to encounter the best shellfish, fish, crabs and all wonderful seafood, you should come here. There are also food stalls, ramen shops that are so small...More
Please first of all, it is important to explore side lane’s shop. I found a great ramen shop that not well known except the locals.
Plenty of shops to look but only a few are worthy. Cut tourist throat prices.
Crowded, so come in the morning shortly after it opens. You can purchase serving-size portions of fugu sashimi, freshly opened uni, unagi, beef, pork, sea scallop, or chicken skewers, fruit or veggies. Or you can buy a whole fugu blowfish to take home. Everything we...More
Market is no longer a wholesale fish market and appears to only serve retail customers. Lots of fresh seafood available. Prices are not be necessarily low, but the quality is decent. Many things to try and many things to see.
It was a crowded tourist spot, the price of the seafood are steep with grilled snow crab leg cost more than 2000 yen. Good place for visitors to try out fresh seafood in Osaka. However, an average place if your purpose is to experience japan...More
The food that they sell here is geared towards foreigners so expect the prices to be higher than other places. There are lots of choices though so if you looking for something with lots of choice it’s worth trying. Chose to namba train station
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November 23 (Friday) is Japan’s Labour Thanksgiving Day which is a statutory holiday, I think. Should be a long weekend. I don’t know what that means about store hours. I would suggest asking your hotel concierge when... More
November 23 (Friday) is Japan’s Labour Thanksgiving Day which is a statutory holiday, I think. Should be a long weekend. I don’t know what that means about store hours. I would suggest asking your hotel concierge when planning for that weekend.