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  • Tsukiji Outer Market
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    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-16-2
    The Tsukiji Outer Market forms part of the Tsukiji fish and seafood wholesaling and retailing market in the Tsukiji district of Chuo Ward, Tokyo. Whereas the Tsukiji Inner Market imposes restrictions on visitors, anyone can visit the Tsukiji Outer Market to purchase fresh food and snacks or dine at one of the eating establishments located there. The Inner Market has a very lively atmosphere, with over 500 closely-packed stalls selling sushi, seafood with rice, dried fish, meat, fruit and vegetables, omelettes, traditional Japanese confectionery, cooking utensils, etc.
  • Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo's Lobby Lounge Le Jardin
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    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Sekiguchi 2-10-8 Hotel Chinzan-so Tokyo 3rd floor
    This restaurant and lounge is in Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo's lobby. Four different menus are available depending on the time of day. In the afternoon you can enjoy an authentic British teatime with a 3-level sandwich tray and baked pastries. Roast beef is served at dinner time, and a variety of champagnes with a snack are available during the premium champagne hour.
  • Nanki Shirahama Toretore Market
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    Wakayama Pref. Nishimurogunshirahamachou Katata 2521
    Located in Shirahama Town, Nishimuro County, Wakayama Prefecture, Toretore Market is one of the largest seafood markets in western Japan and is operated by the local Katata Fishery Cooperative. Boasting grounds some 50 thousand square meters in size, the market is filled with fresh seafood not only from Wakayama but around the country. A diverse array of processed goods, meats, vegetables, and even Wakayama souvenirs are sold here, and the market bustles constantly with visitors. Market highlights include the giant tanks filled with fish swimming around while waiting to be sold and the popular tuna butchering shows. Visitors can eat sushi and seafood rice bowls at Toretore Yokocho; the market’s seafood barbecue is also popular.
  • Hasshoku Market Center
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    4.0
    310 Reviews
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    Aomori Pref. Hachinoheshi Kawaragi Kansai 22-2
    A food market center located in Hachinohe City, Aomori Prefecture sells fresh seafood and caught that morning as well as Hachinohe every morning. Some 60 shops stand side by side along the 170 meter length of the market, boasting an abundant variety of goods able to meet even the needs of restaurants and other businesses. At Shichirinmura, a popular destination for tourists, you can cook and enjoy your purchases on the spot over a charcoal grill. With tuna butchering shows, cooking classes, and play equipment for children, the market center is a destination the whole family can enjoy.

    This is a place where you can buy fresh seafood and grilled it onsite. It’s a interesting and rustic experience, but sometimes it’s hard to know how to cook the seafood.

  • Demachi Futaba
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    Kyoto Prefecture Kyoto-shi, Kamigyo-ku Ichimachi-dori Imadegawa Kamiru Aerosecho 236
    Located along Kawara-machi Street, this Japanese confectioner was founded in 1899. Their famous “nadai mamemochi” features red bean jam and red peas wrapped in freshly-made mochi. It has been around since the founding, and is a standard Kyoto souvenir, popular enough to see people lining up to get some.
  • Nijo Fish Market
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    3.5
    755 Reviews
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    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Minamisanjouhigashi 1 from 2-chome
    The fish market is located in the center of Sapporo. With a continuous history since the Meiji period, it is still popular among locals as a kitchen. There are about 50 shops offering a wide range of goods, including fruit and souvenirs in addition to fresh seafood. The free samples that can be eaten at the shops are also fun. In the surrounding area, there are old-fashioned shops as well as new cafes and Italian and other stores, making it popular as a lively gourmet food spot.

    This fish market was quite disappointing, as it is very small when compared to other fish markets in Japan like in Tokyo and Kyoto. Not really worth a visit, unless you just want to buy some seafood.

  • Nihonkai Sakanamachi Seafood Market
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    Fukui Pref. Tsurugashi Wakabachou 1-1531
    Located in Wakaba Town, Tsuruga City, Fukui Prefecture, this is the largest seafood market selling products from the Sea of Japan, and is host to 70 establishments like seafood shops and restaurants. Among the market stalls you’ll hear the energetic voices of the market vendors trying to sell their wares and you’ll see a wide variety of seafood delicacies on all of the stalls trucked in directly from Tsuruga Port such as fresh seafood, processed foods, and the local specialty, kombu seaweed. The seafood rice bowls, popular with tourists, are topped with a whole variety of different foods and all at a good price. Each bowl comes packed with a huge amount of seafood such as tuna, sea bream, shrimp, salmon roe and salmon, etc. The market officially opens at 10 a.m. but apart from the restaurants most stalls start trading from 8:30 a.m. onwards.
  • Yobuko Morning Market
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    Yobuko cho Karatsu City, Saga Prefecture
    One of Japan’s three largest morning markets, Yobuko operates 364 days a year (only closing on New Year’s Day). Open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., on weekdays some 40 stands operate and 60 on weekends and holidays. The market is particularly famous for its squid ikizukuri sashimi, made with a variety of squid throughout the year. In addition to the squid, visitors are encouraged to try the mackerel ikizukuri, which is fast becoming a new specialty for the market. Take the Showa Bus bound for Yobuko at Oteguchi Bus Center in front of JR Karatsu Station and get off at the Yobuko stop; the market is just a three-minute walk from there. 30 minutes by car.
  • es koyama
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    Hyougo Pref. Sandashi Yurinokidai 5-32-1
    "A Western confectionary shop located a 10-minute drive from JR Shin-Sanda Station on the Fukuchiyama Line. The shop's most popular item is the ""Koyama Roll,"" a roll cake which was created during the grand champion tournament on TV Tokyo's ""TV Champion."" Created based on the idea that ""simple is best,"" the cake consists of rich whipped cream mixed with a touch of custard and wrapped in a carefully air-fluffed sponge cake. This tasty treat is further accented with a mildly sweet chestnut compote. The shop also offers other select Western-style sweets lovingly crafted by the shop's chef such as baumkuchen."
  • Sapporo Central Wholesale Market Curb Market
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    3.5
    350 Reviews
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    Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Kitajuichijounishi 21-chome 2-3
    This market is an outdoor market next to the Sapporo Central Wholesale Market located ten minutes from Sapporo Station by car. They get very fresh food from the Central Wholesale Market every day and sell them to the locals and visitors at very reasonable prices. There are around 60 shops and restaurants which include sushi, seafood bowls, ramen and oysters. They also provide next-day delivery for purchases within and outside Hokkaido, which is reassuring when choosing souvenirs.

    It’s a distance walk from the subway station. We had hamasaki crab, crab on rice, uni rice and grilled scallop. It’s a great experience if u are a seafood lover. After our meal we brought some fruits...

  • Kakujogyorui Kodaira Store
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    4.0
    38 Reviews
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    Tokyo Higashikurumeshi Yanagikubo 2-8-16
    This is a popular seafood shop with headquarters in Niigata Prefecture and more than 20 stores across the Kanto Shinetsu region (Tokyo, Saitama, Kanagawa, Gunma, Chiba, Nagano, Niigata). Its motto is to bring the entire range of seafood from the Sea of Japan, and its proprietary logistics system enables mass delivery and direct sales. It has often been introduced on TV programs as a place to enjoy different types of seafood from the Sea of Japan with a high degree of freshness despite its Tokyo location. On the fourth Wednesday every month (with the exception of December) the restaurant holds Kakujo Day when all items are 10% off (this may change on holidays). They also do a performance on an irregular schedule during which fresh tuna is cut up and sold.

    The best fish market in this area with large car parks to buy fresh fish, especially to some quantity. Transported largely from fishing ports on Japan Sea.They make fillet of a whole fish as you like...

  • Sakaiminato Marine Products Direct Sales Center
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    4.0
    57 Reviews
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    Tottori Pref. Sakaiminatoshi Shouwamachi 9-5
    A marine products direct sales center located along the coast a 20 minute walk from the popular Mizuki Shigeru Road tourism destination in Sakaiminato City, Tottori Prefecture. Sakaiminato boasts some of the largest fishing catches in the nation, and this direct sales center is one of the first places the city’s ultra-fresh marine delicacies are delivered to. 14 shops stand side by side in the center, selling fresh fish and processed marine products. Here you’ll find seasonal seafood sold at reasonable prices, such as Pacific bluefin tuna and Iwagaki oysters in summer, red snow crab from fall to early summer, and matsuba crab in winter. This popular marketplace attracts not only tourists but also local shoppers.

    They don’t have a place for people to eat their purchase there since no cooking is done on site. Their crabs are selling slightly cheaper than surrounding seafood centre, seem to cater more for locaL...

  • Shiogama Seafood Wholesale Market
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    4.5
    101 Reviews
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    Miyagi Pref. Shiogamashi Shinhamachou 1-20-74
    The market of Shiogama Port boasts one of the largest volumes of fresh tuna nationally, and offers an abundance of fresh seafood and produce. There are also five areas in the hall to eat and visitors can buy their favorite seafood and create their own original Kaisendon (seafood and rice bowl), or have the seafood purchased cooked at BBQs available to be used freely. It is approximately 15 minutes by car from Rifunaka Interchange on the Sanriku Expressway.

    Brand new wholesale fish.market rebuilt after last tsunami that wiped out the town, the restaurant serving mainly packaged seafood & dining room for staff offers simple menu at unbelievable price...

  • Kakujo Gyorui Kawaguchi Store
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    Saitama Pref. Kawaguchishi Yananechou 17-5
    The Kawaguchi branch of the Niigata Prefecture, Teradomari City-based Kakujo Gyorui fresh fish chain has set their sights on becoming Japan’s best fresh fish specialty store. It is famous for its preeminently fresh sashimi and sushi. It holds a boatload of fun events for the consumers, including a monthly raw tuna dissection sale, and 10% off sales on every fourth Wednesday of each month, excluding December.
  • ÉCHIRÉ MAISON DU BEURRE
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    4.0
    208 Reviews
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 2-6-1 Marunouchi Brick Square 1F
    This shop dedicated to the Echire brand of butter is located in Marunouchi Brick Square. It carries Echire's full lineup of fermented French AOP Charentes-Poitou butters beloved by three-star chefs and first-rate patissiers alike. It also offers pastries, croissants, and other items made with Echire butter. The world's first Echire butter shop, its popularity often leads to lines forming. We recommend their products as Tokyo souvenirs.

    I love Echire butter and financiers so there was no doubt and yes, it tasted fantastic! Also I tried a butter cake and it was good but half size was enough (better to share). I visited here on...

  • Rikuro Ojisan no Mise (Namba Main Shop)
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    4.5
    8 Reviews
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    Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Namba 3-2-28
    This is a cheesecake specialty shop located in the Ebisubashi-suji shopping district near the Namba Station on the Midosuji Subway Line. The cheesecake with a base scattered with raisins soaked in homemade syrup, is baked in the kitchen in the store to provide customers with freshly baked cakes at all times. There is an eat-in space on the first floor and Riku Cafe ROOM is on the second and third floor. In the cafe, customers can enjoy freshly baked cake and sweets with originally blended coffee and tea.

    這間甜點蛋糕店 好像在許多國家還有很多城市都開了分店 蛋糕本體非常的鬆軟可口 非常非常的很吃 甜但是不會很膩

  • Uotaro Main Shop
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    4.0
    22 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Aichi Pref. Chitagunmihamachou Toyoka Harago 32-1
    A shop and restaurant where you can enjoy an abundance of fresh seafood from Ise Bay and Mikawa Bay. The seafood market area stocks some 400 varieties of seafood and marine products. In addition to buying seafood for home use, there’s also a barbecue area, cafeteria, and stalls serving delicious seafood treats. In the beachside barbecue area, you can grill fish, shellfish, meats, and enjoy dessert as well. The cafeteria has tables and tatami mat seating where you can enjoy a slow and relaxed meal. The market’s food stalls serve a variety of casual dishes you can enjoy on the spot like oysters cooked in the shell.

    魚太郎本店さんでランチして来ました。 平日なので混んでは無くて ノンビリ頂きました。 浜焼の方も年中無休らしく 11月末でしたが浜焼している方達も 居ましたねぇ。

  • Pelican
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    Tokyo Taitou-ku Kotobuki 4-7-4
    A long-standing bread bakery founded in 1942 and located in Tokyo's Asakusa neighborhood. Renowned for its delicious breads which you can eat every day without ever getting tired of them, this popular establishment frequently sees lines of customers waiting outside to get in. The bakery makes only two kinds of bread- shokupan white bread and rolls. Only a limited amount of bread is baked each day, and the bakery frequently runs out of stock before closing.
  • Isshiki Sakana Hiroba
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    3.5
    61 Reviews
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    Aichi prefecture Nishio shi Ichimachi Kobuki ship Koto 176
    A tourism facility located close to Isshiki Fishing Port in Nishio City, Aichi Prefecture where you can buy fresh, seasonal seafood, seafood products, and produce. Restaurants can also be found in the facility serving seafood rice bowls, eel rice bowls (a local specialty), and other seafood dishes. The facility has parking for large busses and is frequented by tourists looking to pick up a few souvenirs and presents to bring back home.

    An overall cool place to go. If you go in the morning you can buy fresh fish at a decent price and who doesnt like fresh fish? The other part, the store is open throughout the day with many...

  • Ekibenya Matsuri (Gransta Shop)
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    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 1-9-1 JR East Tokyo Station B1F inside the ticket gate GRANSTA
    With a history of nearly 140 years, ekiben boxed lunches are a part of Japanese food culture as popular as the railways. Ekibenya Matsuri is Japan's largest ekiben boxed lunch specialty shop, selling over 200 varieties daily across the nation and fueling travelers wherever they go. Choose from a huge array of products, like their popular ekiben boxed lunches, boxes available only at Tokyo Station, turn of the century boxes, and more.

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