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Kuromon Market, Osaka

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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. By using our Kita trip planning tool , you can arrange your visit to Kuromon Market and other attractions in Kita.
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  • No matter how long it is, it is a worthwhile place to be, and it is recommended that you should go to the Internet and see the activities and entertainment of the black market, shop location map, you can eat more easily yo friend recommended drink a bean plasma bean, taste very concentrated; Sichuan supermarket to buy fruit, but the strawberry is not the season, so the partial acid The Sea of a sea-shop is as sweet as it is, and it's a good idea to spend at least half a day in a place where you can enjoy local food.
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  • While the black market has become a more commercial fresh food and grocery market, it is worthwhile to continue to visit the 簷 of the same house, one side and one side tasting different raw and cooked foods.
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  • Seafood and kobe beef food choices abound here. Got my first taste of puffer fish sashimi. The seafood was fresh. All the shop's prices were almost identical, so try not to eat too much at one place.  more »
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  • Fresh food, a lot of tempting choices! Go for lunch or afternoon snack as everything closes around 5pm. If you can`t find seats to eat the food you buy, head over to the information centre where there is a designated eating area open to all, no matter what stall uou buy food from. They have deep fried puffer fish and organic coffee both of which are delicious.
  • A nice market to take a look and have some local Osaka snacks. The food was pretty fresh and just a way down the market, we ate quite a few “must-eats” of Osaka. It’s a rather relaxing walk. We visited on a Sunday, and the crowd was quite alright. In the pictures was a beef skewer and Kani from the last shop of the market. It was tasty.
  • Nice place for some fresh sushi. easy to walk around as it's one long straight filled with stores and lots of sushi all around. Also small gift shops.
  • This is one of the better markets in Japan. Make sure you come hungry because there are tons of great food to try! Definitely grab some snacks from the stalls and try the scallops on shell. Well worth the ¥800. I also saw fuju fish if you're up for some poisonous fish but don't worry, the chefs are professional!
  • We had a great time at Kuromon. Our 1st time experience with a typical Japanese market - the sights, smell and sounds. We have seen markets like this on the tele and this 1st-hand experience was really good. From fresh produce to a full meal are available here. People are very friendly and some even spoke Mandarin or English.
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