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Kure Taisho-machi Market, Nakatosa-cho

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  • We stayed at the Kuroshio Honjin hotel and had a stroll through the town and the market. It is fun to see the various fishes and dishes you can buy. Just try it, the fish is very fresh. They have a pu...  more »
  • Fish, dried and fresh fruits. Sashimi market itself is short, the shop sells in the shop will eat with rice, miso.
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  • There are bonito tataki visitors looking for some delicious fish and tokoroten may. It is rambling and peaceful and pleasant.
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  • If you want yo eat fresh and cheap Katsuo no tataki and Katsuo no sashimi, this is the place to be!!!! I fully recommend you to go!!!
  • May come late, seafood seems not fresh
  • Arrived at 3:30pm and most of the shops are closed.
  • nice market
  • You can eat nice food booths around the shops in the Mall, such as freshly caught delicious skipjack tuna or Tempura to sushi, I bought new. Street, Showa era, retro look around and just enjoy.
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