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We sent in the morning time and it was not very busy. Also it was quite a cold day but the sun was shining. Inside it smelled really fishy however that is to be expected in a fish market. If you are adventurous sample some...More
For the freshest sushi of your life go there by all means! It's a lively place and you can eat your sushi or any other frutos do Mar right there. It won't get any fresher!
Fugu plays a big role here and the prices are...More
I drove all the way from Fukuoka in order to visit the Fish Market which is open to tourists during Saturday and Sunday. Lots of good and fresh seafood. You pay 1/3 of the normal price and get better quality seafood.
I was there for 2 nights in Shimonoseki
for the second day i went to visit Shimonoseki kaikyokan(aquarium)
and Shimonoseki fish market , this time I stay in winter (Dec 2014)
so I plan to visit here again in summer , I love it :)...More
Maybe not as big a Tokyo but wow, this is a real gem for visitors to Japan. Market is split into the fresh fish bit - loads of varieties and a food court area where you can buy/try lots of tasty treats and very reasonable...More
The fish market in Shimonoseki is not as large or as famous as the one in Tsukiji (Tokyo) but it is much more tourist- friendly. It is across from Mojiko port (which is on Kyushu) and just down from the Kanmon bridge which unites Kyushu...More
The front half of the fish market sells fresh seafood, but the back half is a wonderland of freshly prepared sushi and a myriad of other ready-to-eat yummies. Walk around and just grab a piece of whatever you want to try, find a seat somewhere...More