Omi Cho Market, Kanazawa-shi

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Omi Cho Market, Kanazawa-shi - Address, Phone Number

Address: Japan, 〒920-0905 Ishikawa-ken, Kanazawa-shi, 上近江町Aokusamachi, 50

Phone: +81-762311462

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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Adore shopping? Want to take a part of Kanazawa and Japan along with you, on your way back home? Then Omicho Market will assure that you have some great shopping opportunities. The flourishing market which has about 200 shops is an ultimate foodie’s paradise. The place has everything! Seafood, fresh fruits and veggies, this market has it all! Also present are some great street food places which serve some lip smacking delicacies. The best time to visit this market is during the morning hours. During New year festivities, the whole atmosphere gets pepped up in Omicho Market.

Omi Cho Market Opening and Closing Hours

  • The market is closed during the new year festival and national festivals.
  • The timing of individual shops may vary.

How To reach Omi Cho Market by Public Transport

  • Buses from 33 Jikkenmachi Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa-ken 920-0906, hired taxis.

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  • I loved the experience that you can buy the freshest sweet shrimp, oyster, uni and eat at the spot. I also bought boiled crab for take out, they cleaned and cut for easy eating. The markets has lots of eatery standings. It is really fun place to visit.

  • Excellent Food Come here to take advantage of the delicious food that you can purchase. Whether it's fresh Sushi, Sashimi, or Uni. Every corner offered something different. There are also several restaurants that you can eat at if you're early enough, or are willing to wait in line for. I would suggest looking to see what the locals purchase in terms of treats and goodies on the fly.

  • Very interesting indoor street market. Lots and lots of different types of fish and vegetables. A bit of meat is also displayed. Each entry has some restaurants mainly for bowls of fish and plates of sushi. Second floor is where you will find the restaurants. To access second floor you can use the escalators at the main entrance or by searching the toilets entry. (Most of them are in that second floor)

  • It's more local and less tourist-like than the one in Tokyo/Osaka/Kyoto. However, I don't find it to be much cheaper than eating at restaurant. It's also much smaller comparing in size. However, the seafood is delicious and fresh as you would expect! I don't think I'm in for the crab season (though they are at every stall - pretty frozen and not a loaded of, so I'm missing out on that one)! My favorite market would be the Osaka and Okinawa one if this is a factor with your Japan trip planning!

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  • Love this market, not as crowded compared to nishiki or tsukuji but still offer delicious snacks and fruits: muscat and kyoho grapes, musk melons, enormous persimmons and figs

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