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Omicho Fish Market

15 locals recommend ·

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Japan Experience
Japan Experience
March 8, 2015
Kanazawa has some of the best fish in Japan, hands down. Go get a taste at Omicho Fish Market where your can buy fresh fish at the market or sit down for some sushi.
Junichi
Junichi
March 11, 2018
金沢の台所 Market in the center of Kanazawa
Expressions
Expressions
August 30, 2018
Fresh seafood and vegetables!
Hana
Hana
October 3, 2015
This market is the cradle of kanazawa's culinary culture. The omicho market,represents kanazawa's rich culinary tradition.
Machiya Residence Inn
Machiya Residence Inn
November 6, 2016
Outdoor market; Fresh Seafood & Produce; Restaurants, Souvenir Shopping, Coffee Shops, and more.
Kana
Kana
January 28, 2017
You can eat fresh sashimi here!
Osamu
Osamu
December 27, 2019
Guest Room TiiEより徒歩10分。おすすめです
Rina
Rina
August 25, 2014
a lot of markets of vegetables, seafood also seafood restaurants sushi restaurant!

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Location
Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa-ken 920-0905
Phone+81 76-231-1462
Hours of Operation statusOpen · Closes 5:00 PM