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Sankaku Market, Otaru
(3.3/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
Get a taste of authentic local seafood at Sankaku Market, a seafood market lined with stalls featuring freshly caught mackerel, crab, sea urchin, mantis prawns, salmon, scallops, oysters, prawns, and much more. If you can't contain your hunger, head to one of the restaurants inside the complex and have a chef whip you up an authentic local style dish using local ingredients. Plan to visit Sankaku Market and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Otaru attractions using our Otaru vacation trip planner.
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  • A nice little stretch of fresh seafood market stores lined on both sides. Considerably smaller compared to nijo market in Sapporo or hakodate morning market but nothing short of variety. Heaps of fres...  more »
  • Nijo fish market of the Sapporo, Otaru, and market new tourism markets of Otaru station triangle market is, but I most recommend and want to. Excellent expensive tourist market, but the quality is very good price is also reasonable. Especially in dining room where the edge is. Let's fit the season raw food, including oysters, crabs and sea urchins. Assorted Bowl is taboo in the market. Dry matter, such as hockey is weak for a moment as so let's go to the other. Enjoy the dialogue and the brother of the store.
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  • Every Coastal town has a fish market and they all begin to run together. Other than a very fishy swell, the other notable thing are the high prices for produce and fish. One wonders how people survive...  more »