Market Spots in Niigata Area

  • Gosen Periodic Market
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    Niigata Gosen-shi Ota 1
  • Honcho-shimo Market
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    Niigata Niigata-shi Chuo-ku Honchodori 12 , 13
    This Shimomachi market stands in line with the Fresh Honcho shopping street connecting 12 Ban-cho and 13 Ban-cho on the Hon-cho-dori Street. Open year round excluding Sundays, here visitors can purchase vegetables, seafood, flowers, clothing, and more. Consisting of street stalls integrated into the shopping street, the history of this market is believed to stretch back all the way to the early Meiji period. In recent years, the number of establishments has declined, but one can still hear shopkeepers cheerfully calling out to attract customers. The area where the market is located, known as Shimo-machi, is one of the oldest in the city and has flourished as a port area for ages. Looking at the establishments, visitors can imagine what the area looked like long ago when kitamaebune cargo ships would stop at the port.
  • Rokusai-ichi Market
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    Niigata Murakami-shi Sannocho 1-1 Surrounding area
    A market held on every day of the month ending in a “2” or a “7.” The market’s name translates to “the market of six celebrations,” a reference to the number of times it is held each month. Held continuously since 1919, the market consists of some 150 stalls stretching from Oshagiri Hall (Murakami History Museum) to an alley in Sanno-cho. Here you can find a wide variety of things for sale, including seasonal fresh vegetables, seafood, local specialty products, edible wild plants, and fresh flowers. Even today, the market serves as the pantry of Murakami and bustles with customers. You can also find stalls selling everyday essentials you’d never see in a souvenir store, and many locals as well as tourists can be seen in the market.
  • Hakusan Morning Market
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    Nigata Pref. Nigatashi Chuou-ku Hakusanura 2-180-3
    Hakusan Morning Market is held in 2 Chome, Hakusanura, Chuo Ward, Niigata City, about five minutes’ walk from Hakusan Station. It opens from five o’clock in the morning, and sells fresh agricultural products such as vegetables, fruit, flowers and pickles as well as processed products from local farms. It closes every Tuesday except holidays.
  • San Hachi no Ichi Market
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    Nigata Pref. Jouetsushi Chuou A couple
    This morning market beloved by locals is held on San Hachi Dori Street, a 15-minute walk from Naoetsu Station. During the market, the broad street is lined end-from-end with vendors offering items such as fruits and vegetables, as well as fresh, locally-caught fish and unusual processed seafoods. Started by the local young persons' association? in 1911, the market was originally held on dates with a 5 or 9 but changed the next year to being held on dates with a 3 or 8, which it has stayed ever since. The market is popular for being a place where you can buy Joetsu's famous Sasa-ame sweet or pickles hand-made by local farmers.
  • Shimizu Food To Ya no
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    Niigata Niigata-shi Chuo-ku Horinouchi 55-banchi 1
  • Futa‧7 no Ichi (Matsuhama Ichiba)
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    Niigata Niigata-shi Kita-ku Matsuhamahoncho 4-chome 10-24
  • 4‧9 no Ichi (Morning Market)
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    Niigata Joetsu-shi Omachi 5-chome
  • Fureai Ichi
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    Niigata Shibata-shi Shimagata 1449-1
  • Honcho Ichiba
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    Niigata Niigata-shi Chuo-ku Honchodori 6 Bancho
  • Futa 7 no Ichi
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    Niigata Joetsu-shi Omachi 3-chome
  • Oyashirazu Osaka Na Center
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    Niigata Itoigawa-shi
  • 6‧10 Morning Market
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    Niigata Myoko-shi Asahicho
  • Tsubame Joseturotenshijo
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    Niigata Prefecture Tsubameshimiya cho
  • Oeyama Health Morning Market
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    Niigata Niigata-shi Konan-ku Obuchi 11

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Found along the northwestern coast of Japan, Niigata prefecture is celebrated for its high-quality rice and breathtaking nature, most notably its spectacular mountains, whose white peaks draw in snow sports lovers from far and wide over the winter months. Hit the slopes at Yuzawa, pick out your favourite modern artist at Echigo Tsumari, or take a ferry over to Sado Island for an extra adventure.

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