Kuromon Market, Osaka
Kuromon Market, Osaka - Address
Address: Japan, 〒542-0073 Osaka Prefecture, Osaka, Chuo Ward, Nipponbashi, 2 Chome−4−1
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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About Kuromon Market, Osaka
This market has been around for 170 years, preserving Osaka's traditions in a way few other places can. While they do sell apparel, electronics and other paraphernalia, the vendors at this market are most famous for their food. With 200 vendors (mostly mom-and-pop style) over 600 metres, this is the best place to be introduced to Osaka cuisine. :
- Check out the fresh produce, from the exorbitantly expensive to the budget friendly, all fresh and bright.
- Have some takoyaki, Grilled scallops served soy sauce and butter, sushi and sashimi, snacks from the oden stall.
- Buys some meat off the meat stalls.
- Assorted seafood like crab, prawns, unagi, tuna, kaisen-don and baby octopus.
Kuromon Market Opening and Closing Hours
- Stores keep their own hours.
How To reach Kuromon Market by Public Transport
- Midosuji Line, Sen-Nichimae Line, Yotsubashi Line stop Namba Station (Namba Station).
- Sakaisuji Line, Sen-Nichimae Line stop Nippombashi Station.
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It's a big and great market and perfect especially for those who love seafoods. It also has a lot of variety of food stalls and stores and so many tourists. I love this place, it's a clean market and very near to subway stations.
Fresh seafood stalls. Fruits and dried seafood. Very busy from morning to late afternoon. Nice to spend some time here if you are in Osaka.
Lotsa seafood! If you like grilled scallops lobster king crab and huge assortment of sashimi, this place is for you. It can get crowded on weekends. Note opening hours on different days. Closes by 6pm so good to plan a visit there for brunch or lunch time to get fresh finds.
It’s originally a neighborhood market, slowly it became famous tourist must visit market. They have good options of fresh seafood, but overpriced! Because of tourist. If you’re traveling a bunch of people, is good to share those king crab, is kinda cheap after divided sum. But if you’re alone, is good for you to check-in.
Some sushi and food stalls. Really crowded on a Saturday morning as this seems to be a place popular with tourist. Wouldn't say the food is of highest quality though.