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Sapporo Morning Market (さっぽろ朝市)

A wholesale shopping street located next to the Sapporo Central Wholesale Market. Originally a wholesale market for retailers, today anyone is free to shop here. The foods found here are stocked direct from the central market and are all fresh and reasonably priced. There are also many sushi restaurants, set meal restaurants, and ramen restaurants operating in the market, so visitors can dine in between exploring and shopping. Market closing days are irregular. Days when the market is closed are announced in advance on the market's website.


Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Kitajunijounishi 20-1-2 (SapporoArea)

phone 0116434090

Review of Sapporo Asaichi

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Reviewed:2019/09/04 Best King crab we ever had!
The market itself is not that big and we looked for a king crab eating. Fresh seafood everywhere, we had king crab, sweet prawn, Botan ebi(kind of prawn but bery big and coming from volcanic bay...
Reviewed:2019/05/26 Beautiful food and enjoy so many kinds of fish!
It was easy to find a parking spot and enjoy many kinds of seafood. so fresh but a little bit expensive for us.
I can not forget a king crab we ate. so sweet and aromatic. This market offers many...
Reviewed:2020/01/31 一般市民でも

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Hokkaido Sapporoshi Chuou-ku Kitajunijounishi 20-1-2 [map]

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