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“scallops”(123 reviews)
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2-4-1 Nippombashi, Chuo-ku, Nippombashi, Chuo, Osaka 542-0073, Osaka Prefecture
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+81 6-6631-0007
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Kuromon Ichiba is a covered market that stretches for a few blocks. There are restaurants but the main attractions are the food stalls where they serve large scallops, live sea urchin, live oysters, takoyaki or Kobe beef skewers. A good comparison is the Nishiki Market...More

Thank Derrick F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It’s just a market and not overly special at that. Food is extremely overpriced. Quite disappointed.

Thank Simroch
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Kuromon market is fun to visit but beware! Prices are very expensive as they target tourists. One small piece of beef stick is 1000yen!! Sushi are expensive too. The photo i upload - kobe beef plate - it was 2200yen.

Thank 709hanad
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This market is covered so it was a perfect place for us to stroll around during the rain. There are so many different vendors from variety of seafood offerings, snacks, pickles, tea, fruits, clothing, bags, etc. Because there are so many, it’s a great place...More

Thank Jun_Cruz
Reviewed 1 week ago

It was crowded for early lunch. It was not as big as we expected. There are variety of food to try and seating at some of the shops.

Thank Aninda_A
Reviewed 1 week ago

The kuromon market is a good place to start off your Japan trip. It introduces you to the food you can explore in Japan. Alot of fresh seafood, vegetables and steak are found around the market. You can also have this cooked/toasted in front of...More

1  Thank Gablopez33
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There are many things to eat, with reasonable price. However, do bring along a plastic bag to keep the waste after eating.

Thank LovingHubby
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Lots of food to eat.come early and dont have BF at the hotel. Just try japanese specialty. Easy access from train

Thank EisenXYZ
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

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.

Thank Jop P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Had the freshest otoro sashimi (3,000 yen) at a corner store which was so much better than those served in restaurants. A salmon and otoro rice bowl cost 1,800 yen, while the uni (bought from other stores) cost 1,500 yen. I will definitely come back...More

3  Thank WL2310
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borneon4
14 May 2018|
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Response from roccopierazzi | Reviewed this property |
Open 10 am until 6pm, and Sunday is closed ( google said that... next time try writing in google) or download the Lonely Planet app. Is free and is amazing for travel in Japan.
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Melasx
20 December 2017|
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Response from pepeto | Reviewed this property |
Hi, it has to be open. Public holiday is only the first of January. Opening hours are 9 am to 6 pm, usually, but some shops can open or close earlier or later.
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Babyfishza
5 August 2017|
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Response from ivanvx1 | Reviewed this property |
I used to get up at 8 am and the market was already open. And I got back by 10 pm and was closing
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