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The Market is not large. The stalls sell all sorts of seafood, fresh as well as processed. The Hokkaido king crabs remain the main attraction. Visitors can pick what they like and ask the stalls to cook the food for them. There are also a...More
We ordered 10 items off the menu for 8 of us and it costs less than ¥26,000! We had 2 Chirashi bowls, abalone, grilled Hokke, scallops, grilled Hokkaido crab legs, otoro sashimi, crab miso soup and uni sashimi for breakfast. The seafood were really fresh....More
This market opens in the morning until arround 14:00. Best time is to come arround 10:00-13:00
The market is full of Sea Food, both fresh and processed. Some stalls provide restaurant for thr customers to dine in, some only sell the seafood.
We dined in,...More
Fresh seafood and produce in abundance, including live crabs of all sorts. Ample parking around the market and some even have their own eateries (order and they will prepare on the spot for you).
Friendly staff and speaks enough English.
We tried various famous sashimi places from HK, Taiwan, Tokyo, USA, etc. However, Hokkaido have the best of all so far. “Sapporo Central Wholesale - Curb Market” is one of them. The sweetness from naturally fresh taste sashimi, especially sea urchin, just so sweet and...More
Went to the Curb Market for lunch. Fish was $20 a plate for very small portions and some menu items were unpriced on the menu (pork) and ended up costing $20 for a meat serving we paid $5 elsewhere in Sapporo that was much tastier....More
The market is very clean and organised, selling fruits, vegetables and seafood on a wholesale basis. Many of the stalls also sell their products to tourists. There are a number of eateries serving Japanese meals. We had a brunch at one of its big seafood...More
It's a 10mins walk from the subway exit...but worth the walk
It's a much quieter market than nijo which is the famous one
This one also has tourists but more for the locals..and the prices are so much more reasonable than nijo
And some shops...More
This market is definitely better than Nijo Fish Market as it is located beside the distribution port where you will be able to see lots of variety to choose from.
There is a lot of selection to be made and I also sees a lot...More