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Sapporo, 25 Jan.

Nijo Fish Market

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Nijo Market is said to have developed in the early Meiji Period, when fishermen from Ishikari Bay started selling fresh fish there. Eventually, noodle shops, bars, and greengrocers opened, laying the foundations for today’s Nijo Market. Over a century later, the market continues to serve local residents’ culinary needs. Owing in part to its central location, the market is also popular among tourists, who come in search of Hokkaido specialties such as crabs and scallops. There are also mixed-use buildings such as “Noren Yokocho,” which feature many unique eating and drinking establishments and have made Nijo Market a popular spot for gourmands.

Welcome to Sapporo

Tokyo (Narita) to Nijo Fish Market, Sapporo

    1. Narita Airport

      1 h 40 min

      From 4,400 yen

    2. New Chitose Airport

      40 min

      1,100 yen

    3. Sapporo Station

      5 min

      200 yen

    4. Bus Center-mae Station

      • Walk

      3 min

    5. Nijo Fish Market

      Minami 3-jo, Higashi 1, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido Prefecture

All listed travel times and costs are approximate.

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