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Beautiful place to visit, took 10 minutes walk from Namba Area.
Most of shop here is offering a fresh food, but we can ask them to cook it. Like scallop, crab or maybe we can ask for sashimi too.
A lot things to try here....More
If you love seafood, this is the place to be! There are stalls that sell freshly cooked scallops, uni(sea urchin), crabs and shrimp...etc. The market is a feast for the eyes as well, here you can see the rather "unique" fishes (like the monkfish) up...More
Walking around Osaka led us to the Kuromon Market. It's very clean and there are so many food choices available. It was difficult for us to choose which one to get. We got some beef cubes, scallops, crabs and strawberries. There is a tourist information...More
There may be many tourist markets in Osaka but Kuromon is probably one of the more famous and popular ones. Besides raw seafood and preserved vegetables and tofu products, we saw shops selling souvenirs and snacks. Lots of grilled scallops and seafood. One shop selling...More
Nice market to visit, lots of (overpriced) seafood for the tourists to consume. Seems much better to just stroll around, until we found a quaint shop selling tea (they claimed to be doing it since 1937). The elderly couple who run the place allow us...More
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November 23 (Friday) is Japan’s Labour Thanksgiving Day which is a statutory holiday, I think. Should be a long weekend. I don’t know what that means about store hours. I would suggest asking your hotel concierge when... More
November 23 (Friday) is Japan’s Labour Thanksgiving Day which is a statutory holiday, I think. Should be a long weekend. I don’t know what that means about store hours. I would suggest asking your hotel concierge when planning for that weekend.