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Nijo Market

Nijo ichibaNijo market ("NIjoo ichiba" in Japanese) is an old and historical market in which fish shops mainly gather.

It started as a fish market in 1903, then many vegitable shops and so on opened around here.
Now about 50 shops line along the street.
In 2007, new restaurant district "Noren Yokocho" was opened in this market area.

Many shop sell fresh fish landed mainly in Hokkaido.
Representative fish are salmon and crab.
They commonly open in the early morning and close late in the afternoon.

Not only citizens but also many visitors do their shopping here.

How to get to here

On foot

About 0.3 km from Odori station on subway.




Nijo Market The shops
All photos by Sapporo City

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