Direct Sales Depot / Market Spots in Ishikawa Area

  • Omicho Market
    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Kamioumichou 50
    Omicho Market in Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture has been nicknamed “Kanazawa’s Kitchen.” The Market has rows of retail shops selling food products (mainly fresh foods) and miscellaneous daily necessaries; it has underpinned Kanazawa’s gastronomic culture for nearly 300 years, since the Edo period. Fruit juices in which the straw is stuck straight into the fruit, and Kaisen Don (a bowl of rice topped with seafood) with plenty of delicious, fresh seafood toppings are particularly popular with tourists. Omicho Market is around 15 minutes’ walk from Kanazawa Station.
  • Kanazawako Ikiiki Uoichi
    63 Reviews
    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Muryoujimachi
    A market filled with fresh-caught seafood from Ishikawa Prefecture located in Kanazawa Port a 15 minute walk from the Kanazawa Port Exit of JR Kanazawa Station. Here you'll find the freshest seafood put up for sale immediately after being bought wholesale at auction. In addition, because the market's shops are directly operated by sellers and the seafood doesn't pass through the hands of various middlemen, the prices are extremely reasonable. There are six shops in the market, including a shop where you can enjoy a seafood rice bowl on the spot, a shop selling vegetables, and a shop which carries processed foods like dried fish and tsukudani foods boiled and preserved in soy sauce. Only in November and December, you can buy Kano crab and snow crab.

    Omicho market sells a large number of marine products caught outside Ishikawa prefecture. However, Kanazawa iki-iki fish market sells fish, shellfish etc captured at the coast of Ishikawa prefecture...

  • Wajima Asaichi
    Ishikawa Pref. Wajimashi Kawaimachi
    Located in Kawaimachi, Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture, this is one of the largest morning markets in Japan and contains between 100 and 250 different stalls. It is said to have a history over 1,000 years old, and many of the sellers and customers are women. You’ll find fresh fish sold by women in the fishing village, locally raised vegetables, handicrafts sold by women of the neighborhood farmhouses, and more, and the energetic sale cries echo throughout the market. The morning market is open from 8 a.m. to noon and is closed for the first three days of the New Year as well as the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month.
  • Ishikawa Prefectural Products Center
    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Kenrokumachi 2-20
    Located adjacent to the Kenroku-en garden (one of the “Three Great Gardens of Japan”), the Ishikawa Prefectural Products Center is a commercial facility that brings together a wide range of local specialty products from Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture under one roof. Inside the Center, there is an impressive selection of famous and long-established confectionery brands, Tsukudani (boiled foods in sweetened soy sauce), traditional handicraft products, etc. The Center also offers experiential activities that enable visitors to experience some of Ishikawa’s traditional crafts and skills, such as traditional Japanese confectionery making, decorating Kaga Hachiman Okiagari dolls, etc. The gallery in the B1 level has displays on the Kaga Hyaku-man-goku confectionery-making tradition and Asano Taiko, a drum-maker that originally made drums for the lords of the Kaga Domain.
  • Miko no Sato
    Ishikawa Hakui-shi Mikoharamachi Ha 190
    This farm-direct shop is on national route 415, which connects Hakui city with Toyama prefecture. They sell fresh produce and wild edible plants all harvested in the Noto area, all against the backdrop of Noto's satoyama scenery of wild mountains and farmland. This farming village stands on a steep slope in the Mikohara district of eastern Hakui city. They have the prefecture's largest area of terraced rice fields, and the elevation's huge daily temperature differential creates excellent growing conditions. Mikohara rice, selected as one of the three most delicious varieties of rice in Japan, is famous for being sent as an offering to the Pope.
  • JA Neagari Daily Essentials Hall
    Ishikawa Nomi-shi Taiseimachi Ri 44
    This agricultural cooperative is filled with fighting spirit and pursues new discoveries and improvement with unwavering passion. At the direct sales center, Iki Ichi, they offer fresh harvested local produce and processed food products, labeled with the names and pictures of the farmers responsible for added assurance of food safety.
  • Kurikara Cram school
    11 Reviews
    Ishikawa Tsubatamachi Takehashi Nishi 270

    中心駅から離れている難点はありますが、設備はキレイ、地産品も並ぶコンビニ併設、宿の人は親切、大浴場も充実、周辺は風光明媚で、ビジネス利用でも翌朝ゆっくりなら十分使えます。値段も安い。 倶利伽羅そば、お土産にオススメです。

  • genkinayasaitachi noppokun
    2 Reviews
    Ishikawa Pref. Nonoichishi Honmachi 2-1-1


  • Yorimichi Parking Shitsura
    Ishikawa Wajima-shi Monzenmachi Igisu Higashi Ide
  • nosambututochokubaisho takenorakan
    Ishikawa Pref. Kagashi Daishoujisegoemachi A) 19-1
  • Funenoribaemonshi
    Ishikawa Pref. Kagashi Daishoujihachikenmichi 87
  • JA neagari seisanshachokubaisho ikikishi
    Ishikawa Pref. Nomishi Taiseimachi 40JA Negami living materials museum
  • nomuranougyou chokubaiten kinokonosato
    Ishikawa Pref. Komatsushi Nakaumimachi 10-82
  • Shokusaikan Seseragi
  • Plara chokubaikai pu ra ra ACOOP tomioku
    Ishikawa Pref. Nonoichishi Awada 1-266
  • Nadaonomiasaichi
    Ishikawa Pref. Nanaoshi Iorimachi Sasa ~ke Taniuchi 3-1
  • Oshimizutokusanchokubaisho
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakuigunhoudatsushimizuchou Shuku 26-43
  • A Co-op Uturasanchokubai corner
    Noto, Ishikawa-cho, Matsunami 10-54 instep 1
  • JA aozora A Co-op noto jimotosannousambutsu Sales corner
    Ishikawa Pref. Housugunnotochou Ushitsu -16-1
  • JA hakusan Farmers Market yorankainehiroba
    Ishikawa Pref. Hakusanshi Inokuchimachi Ni 58-1

Ishikawa Areas


Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.

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