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Nishiki Market

(錦市場)
Market and Shopping Mall
中京区, 京都市
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  • Bommy C.
    "Great place to buy souvenirs and taste samples of local foods."(8 Tips)
    Tatsuhiko M.
    "Great market street to buy tsukemono and other foods."(2 Tips)
    Chris L.
    "Grill octopus and crab stick is very delicious."(9 Tips)
    Antonio M.
    "All the japanese food you can see are all worth it."(12 Tips)
104 Tips and reviews
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  • Francesco Paolo F.
    You can easily make your lunch buying small portions of street food here and there
  • Laurensius S.
    Pricy .......
  • C
    CMay 17
    There’s no end to shopping!
  • Sedat Ö.
    Too much touristic. Prices are double, sometimes triple when you compare with other areas. No idea about taste...
  • Scott A.
    Wander around and find a snack!
  • Elizabeth B.
    Fun market to walk through. Very crowded. Lots of interesting stalls.
  • Sofia P.
    Great place to explore and taste some treats! The market and surrounding arcade area have a lot of places to eat.
  • Nikos B.
    Go for the Oysters japanese style and spot the salmon!
  • Huy N.
    Huy NguyenApril 6
    Cozy place, reasonable price, many kinds of food
  • Allyson D.
    Crowded and touristy.
  • Santiago M.
    Variety of shops and foods
  • Steven L.
    shiso rice cakes, sweet potato hand pies, sesame soft serve, green tea mochi, chocolate éclairs, fried octopus dough balls (takoyaki), and baby squid stuffed with a quail's egg.
  • Saxow B.
    Saxow BoyMarch 2
    Colourful market, anything you need
  • George B.
    Such an interesting and tasty place to be. Don’t hesitate to taste everything and talk to people. You’ll be amused.
  • Cheen T.
    Cheen The CuriousDecember 14, 2017
    Snack as you walk. Fresh oysters, roasted Japanese chestnuts, mochi, soya ice-cream fresh mentaiko, donut, more mochi, matcha cake, & more. Mostly cash-only shops
  • Nicholas L.
    Nicholas LimDecember 11, 2017
    Disappointed with this place. Very commercialise. Nothing special. Would rather go kuramon anytime
  • Yohan Gabriel L.
    Yohan Gabriel LiutamaNovember 28, 2017
    It’s a market complex full of seafood produce, local Japanese snacks, souvenirs, soy donuts, and what not. Very very crowded. Go for the ones which the locals line up for!
  • An W.
    An WuNovember 8, 2017
    Food and atmosphere.
  • Timo S.
    Timo SaarnoOctober 30, 2017
    Good place to taste some sauces and ingredients before you buy.
  • Jastine K.
    Jastine KhoOctober 19, 2017
    Great place to sample exotic snacks.
  • Bobby C.
    Bobby CrayOctober 3, 2017
    Been here 5+ times
    Tourists galore. Oh well it's Kyoto.
  • Jennifer G.
    Jennifer GSeptember 8, 2017
    So many great trinket finds within what seems to be miles worth of vendors. If you're traveling, bring your passport because some shops are Duty Free and they have to stamp it to omit the tax.
  • Katrina Z.
    Katrina ZaiAugust 13, 2017
    Loads of goodies here. We found a seafood shop selling giant oysters for ¥700 each but totally worth it. So fresh. Grab Toro sashimi for ¥800. Fresh uni in shell for ¥450! Yummy
  • Adam P.
    Adam PJuly 31, 2017
    Cross between tourist market and local market. Sort of a bit meh for me.
  • Connie C.
    Connie ChiuJuly 8, 2017
    Strips on strips on strips of markets for food and clothing. The food strips give out samples! The takoyaki joint is tasty.
  • Tunca
    TuncaJuly 2, 2017
    A really nice open bazaar. you can safely eat everything in street.
  • Chris L.
    Chris LeeJune 21, 2017
    🐙 is just average,nothing to shout. Cheap and fresh uni and sashimi a must order. Grill octopus and crab stick is very delicious. There are 2 part of nishiki market in the area. One has leaser shops
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • Colin L.
    Colin LeeJune 16, 2017
    Tomago and the soy bean ice cream were the highlights for me
  • Mary
    MaryJune 15, 2017
    Most shops close around 6. Prices were a bit high, but it was fun to see what was for sale.
  • Shiyin L.
    Shiyin LinJune 2, 2017
    Eat everything
  • Bommy C.
    Bommy ChaMay 31, 2017
    Touristy but still a fun walk through. Great place to buy souvenirs and taste samples of local foods. Look out for the stand selling taiyaki.
  • Jelle V.
    Jelle Van den EedeMay 29, 2017
    Nice to walk through. Closed quite early so come before dinner time.
  • Kit&kafoodle
    Kit&kafoodleMay 1, 2017
    Lots of food to try so skip lunch! Watch out for more expensive prices on items and gifts as its a popular tourist spot. Love this market - find the spicy powder and thank me later!
    Upvoted 6 days ago
  • Rachel R.
    Rachel RothApril 13, 2017
    Very crowded at noon, closes at 5pm
  • Lana C.
    Lana ChoiApril 9, 2017
    Way too crowded. Not worth the visit IMO - preferred food areas in train stations
  • Serkan S.
    Serkan SirkeciApril 9, 2017
    if you like to see and taste traditional foods, you will definitely love this place..
  • Bianca V.
    Bianca VasconcellosApril 5, 2017
    There is a restaurant on the corner. You can sit near the plastic curtain and see all people and take pictures of the narrow street.
  • Per B.
    Per BranevigApril 3, 2017
    Why not try the Tamagoyaki (omelette roll)? Its cheap and superdelicous.
  • Lisa S.
    Lisa StarbucksApril 3, 2017
    Nice and long market - good for rainy days!
  • Piccy
    PiccyFebruary 16, 2017
    google map points you to the middle of the street. sheltered walkway lined with stalls selling local delicacies
  • Dan C.
    Dan CastellanoJanuary 5, 2017
    This place is always bustling with activity, great to try a bunch of foods
  • Art
    ArtDecember 24, 2016
    Walk & eat is the word to fit this place...
  • Jenny C.
    Jenny CuiDecember 24, 2016
    Come hungry! Super long stretch of small shops and food stands for every palate.
  • Melissa D.
    Melissa DagdaganNovember 23, 2016
    Walk around aimlessly and you're bound to follow your nose to something delicious!
  • Ninja C.
    Ninja CyborgNovember 10, 2016
    Great street market in enclosed space. Good mix of tourist trap junk, fresh local produce, genuine local spices and condiments, ready to eat street food like octopus on a stick, and unique local items
  • Angie W.
    Angie WaltonOctober 5, 2016
    Runs parallel to Shijo Dori - Shijo Karasuma & Shijo Kawaramachi Stations, Hankyu Line.
  • Peter F.
    Peter FridaySeptember 24, 2016
    Quail egg in squid head 🐙
  • Ariane R.
    Ariane RinehartAugust 24, 2016
    Great food and boutiques that make great gifts. Yuzumitsu honey shop is delish.
  • Kevin M.
    Kevin MarlowAugust 11, 2016
    This market runs the length of several blocks and is filled with a variety of shops. Worth the stroll through for those looking for somewhere to wander.
  • The Ritz-Carlton
    The Ritz-CarltonAugust 9, 2016
    Shops in Nishiki Food Market supply much of the city's fish, meat, dried foods, yuba (tofu skin), vegetables and more, on the 400-meter street that stretches from Teramachi to Takakura.
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