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We visited on a wet day. It was just beginning to rain. There are a few stalls selling fruit and vegetables but nothing out of the ordinary. I wouldn’t go out of my way to see it but would suggest looking at it in passing...More
We always enjoy markets, and despite the pouring rain, visited the market to view goods on sale. Everything was very fresh and the mostly women sellers were friendly. We noticed that the famed Sarubobo, a cute, faceless, Japanese Amulet was the same price in the...More
If you have ever seen an apple or a broccoli or a tomato, there is no need to visit the Jinya Mae morning marker. Said market consists of a few stands of fruit and vegetable sellers. A Bronx cheer to whoever it was that thought...More
On approach to the Takayama Jinya Museum, there is an additional morning market besides the famous one that flanks the street beside the river. The booths are colourful and the merchandise is neatly displayed. Again, there is everything from vegetables, flowers, herbs, crafts, food items...More
Quite limited in terms of stall number and variety, we only saw some fruit and flower stall. Very friendly market and there is a nice toilet conveniently next to this market. Not a "must visit" spot to a tourist.
We visited just before the New Year so the majority of the stalls were selling New Years mochi and decorations. It was interesting, but we found the Miyagawa Morning Market offered a wider variety of items for sale.
Walked to the charming morning Myagawa market along the river Miya. Lots of different stalls with samples to try before you buy. Most of the food was good but it is all about trying something different. Fruit was beautiful.