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Hirome Ichiba, Kochi
(3.8/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
A vibrant market packed with specialty dishes and local favorites, Hirome Ichiba represents the beating heart of Kochi's culinary scene. Operating since 1998 as a thriving food court and local meeting place, the market boasts over 60 vendors and restaurants cooking up fresh food and selling local produce throughout the day. Don't miss a chance to taste tako-yaki octopus balls and katsuo-no-tataki tuna, just two of the area's top dishes. Using our custom trip planner, Kochi attractions like Hirome Ichiba can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Kochi travel when I went. Failed on Sunday night for dinner, I'd ended up eating here... Large food court drinking there are seats in each store is like the weiweigayagaya anywhere. Full impression was hard to outsiders and they seat you have to just tidying not, going for the first time, yori. It was a feeling to know local people and they are resting places much is utilized as a. Hours on weekdays or evenings to avoid, however, because the very famous everywhere, want to change my go, I thought.
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  • Went I eat lunch at Ichiba, who many too, without a seat I gave up. Toilets are from previous and new toilet guide who is staying in, relied upon many people, but Crowne Plaza. I think it was filled with stuff you want to buy, but seared bonito and potato kennpi, the price is relatively high.
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  • Many did go to taste and variety. It's cheap. All of the smoke-free is bad. No problem at the lone woman, so it is used in the rice trip night.
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