Kuromon Market   黒門市場

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Kuromon market

Kuromon fish market.

Kuromon market

Gallery Kuromon market.

The market with black doors

So called because the entrances to the market are raven colored, in the Meiji era (1868-1912) this market was known as the Emmeiji Market due to its proximity to the great Emmeiji Temple.

Six hundred meters long, the market welcomes more than a hundred stores, the majority offering products of unparalleled freshness and high quality. Seafood, spices, pickled vegetables and also sweets and other souvenirs, you will be spoiled for choice! An irresistible stroll for fans of Japanese gastronomy and the curious!

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