Kuromon market, Osaka
Categories: Flea Markets, Landmarks, Shopping, Tourist Spots
Taste the local cuisine at Kuromon market, in operation for two centuries and affectionately called "Osaka's Kitchen" by the locals. Located on the south side of Chuo Ward, this market provides fresh produce, fish, and meat and includes a number of lunch stalls that serve sushi and a range of other Japanese favorites. Put Kuromon market into our Osaka itinerary builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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There are so many choices here, it's like food heaven! If you're a seafood lover, you have to give the market a visit. There is ridiculously inexpensive sashimi such as otoro and uni and plenty of gri... read more »
I arrived here at 9am so that I could have enough time to explore for a few hours and leave at the peak time around lunch time. The closest station is nipponbashi. The selection of fresh seafood, frui... read more »
A wet market catered to tourist whereby you could get your cravings for your fresh seafood fixed. You could even find fugu fish and sea urchin selling for a fraction of the price there
Covered market area spanning a couple blocks with many shops selling sashimi, sushi, grilled seafood, takoyaki, fruit, vegetables, mochi etc as well as small restaurants. Great place to grab street food as well as sushi for breakfast or lunch. Conveniently located next to Nippombashi station and within walking distance to Dotonbori area.
Nyun Man Chiew
Fresh and dried seafood, uni, ebi, scallop. Strawberries, melon... Snacks, Titbits. Spacious market, clean and tidy as well.
It's a great local street market for the tourist. Where you can find great food (fresh fruits, seafood, etc)
This is my favorite thing about Osaka. Great, local market with everything you could possibly need. A bit upmarket, but the selection is quality. Don't leave without eating a box of fresh uni.
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