Great place to explore on a rainy day in Kyoto. Some awesome food experiences & shops - we had some grilled octopus, pickled veggies & fresh fruit. We picked up lots of souvenirs
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Lots of Fish and traditional Japanese foods Also sit down places if that is what you want Very busy and congested - so beware and cash ONLY
Nishiki Market gives you a real taste of the Japanese culture and cuisine! There are lots of hidden gems along the market, little craft shops, traditional foods and deserts and so much more! Just make sure that you go with an empty stomach and pay...More
Went on a Sunday and it was so busy we couldn't look very well, so we went back on a Wednesday and was much better. Browsed in the small shops and found many souvenirs and tried some different foods. Pineapple ice cream was so good....More
We couldn't post a review for the small-group Nishiki market tour (run by Viator) on its TripAdvisor page, so we are doing it here. The Nishiki market is very interesting, but it was made fascinating by the tour we had with US citizen, John, who...More
Long indoor market where all kinds of special food is sold. The market is very busy and full of customers. It is worth seeing what specialties Japanise eat. But look after streets that market crosses, because car drivers are not very polite.
There were many interesting stalls with many types of japanese stalls selling typical japanese food from sushi, sashimi , pickled vegetables etc. However for muslims there are really limited choices of food to try n taste there..we had the mochi which was good as according...More
Went here to see how it looks like. It was nice to experience the place. Many food to try and souveniers to buy. Still prefer Tsukiji in Tokyo better than this for some reason. Nonetheless, its still a must go for those in Kyoto!
We visited this market on a rainy Saturday here in Kyoto, so the only downfall was how busy it was! The walkway is not very wide and tons of people are walking through. In any case, we tried many types of fish while walking through,...More