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They say it's a must go..and since you have come all the way to Sapporo, yes it's a must go
But don't expect Tokyo's tsujiki market....
Nijo market is relatively small but you can see all the local seafood on sell here especially the famous...More
Nijo fish market is a small market place, unlike any wet market, there most selling fish, especially those fished in Hokkaido area, like crabs, scallop and sea urchin. Don’t compare with the Japanese famous fish market like Tsukiji in Tokyo. There is only one row...More
We woke up too late for breakfast and too early for lunch, so we decided to go to Nijo market for brunch! We chosed a stall that had fresh seafood for you to choose from. We freshly picked each one of them and enjoyed the...More
My family and I went to visit the Nijo Market on July 14th and I was a bit surprised by the amount of people that were there at 8:30am. We looked around the market and tried to find a place to eat breakfast. I also...More
There is another fish market in Sapporo but decided to head down to Nijo Market first when we reach the city. This is a very small setup market where you will be able to find seafood eatery as well as the dried food here but...More
We were spoiled by all that Tsukiji Market had to offer in Tokyo. So, these smaller "fish markets" in other cities don't impress. Obviously they have fresh fish (more crab here), but we found better deals on hunks of sashimi at the underground supermarket in...More
As my husband is involved in the Fishing Industy we always seek out the Fish and Local markets wherever we travel. Nijo Market was a very good example of a local market. Always interesting to see the many varieties of local products available and on...More
Went to Nijo Market with my family about 2 weeks ago. Convenient as the Tanuki Koji Shopping Arcade is just across the road. Susukino and Odori Park are also within walking distance of 15 - 20min. Love the fresh seafood, though the variety may not...More
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It is walkable assuming the subway & station you get off at is at 1) Underground Pedestrian Mall (Pole Town & Aurora town), 2) go up to street level on the Tanukikochi Shopping street, 3) go east to the end of the... More
It is walkable assuming the subway & station you get off at is at 1) Underground Pedestrian Mall (Pole Town & Aurora town), 2) go up to street level on the Tanukikochi Shopping street, 3) go east to the end of the street, 4) proceed about 2 blocks to Nijo Market. Except for the last 2 blocks, you will be covered and not exposed to rain or snow. With so many shops & eating establishments to see, it will seem like a short walk.
My wife and my friends did buy some dried scallop in the nijo market. They said that it is less expensive than in HK and the morning market in hakodate. We have shopped around in the nijo market, dried scallop of the same... More
My wife and my friends did buy some dried scallop in the nijo market. They said that it is less expensive than in HK and the morning market in hakodate. We have shopped around in the nijo market, dried scallop of the same quality cost the same in different shop basically. One or two of the shop keeper did offer us a very low discount. Hope it can help you.