Yanagibashi Central Market in Nagoya

Sightseeing information about Yanagibashi Central Market in Nagoya in Japan.

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Yanagibashi Central Market just around the corner of Nagoya station

The Yanagibashi Central Market is believed to have its origin in the wholesalers dealing with various products, which naturally developed in the area in the beginning of the 1900s. There are around 300 stores in the entire market and it is said to be the biggest private central market in the country. It is uncommon to find this kind of market in the heart of a big city.

Shops in the market are generally open between 4 a.m. and 10 a.m. The first half of the business hours are dedicated for the professional dealers to work, thus tourists are advised to drop by after 8 a.m. However, some of the stores start tidying up for the day if you go too late.

Seafood freshly caught from the Ise Bay and Mikawa Bay, which are located facing Aichi prefecture, and other fresh fish from across the country are sold here, in Yanagibashi Central Market.

There are also several restaurants located in and around Yanagibashi Market including Sushi and Tempura.

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