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Unique farmers markets in heart of Tokyo

The image of farmers market is outside and once a week on the weekend.

Tokyo Kotsuu Kaikan is look like regular office building in Hibiya(near Ginza) but it is now the place to get local fresh food from all of Japan.

They have farmers markets everyday include on Sat and Sun.

There are so many prefecture shops in Kotsuukaikan.
Prefecture shops are now so popular in Tokyo and you can buy local specialty such as fresh vegetables, fruits and even fish sometimes.

Tokyo Kotsuu Kaikan has shops from Osaka, Wakayama, Toyama, Hokkaido
etc shops.
They also have a Market everyday!

It's fun experience you buy ice cream at Hokkaido shop and buy Takoyaki(Octopus balls ) at Osaka shop then to buy fresh vegetables and fruits from small prefecture shops!

Shops are open from 10:00- 19:00 everyday
Market:(Outside of the building)
Weekdays 12:00-18:00
Weekend 11:00~17:00

Access to Tokyo Kotsuu Kaikan
Yuraku-cho Station (JR Yamanote-Line/ KeihinTohoku-line)
Kyobashiguchi or Chuuo guchi exit, 1min walk

Ginza Station(Hibiya, Ginza , Marunouchi line) Exit, C9 3min walk
Market:
Weekdays 12:00-18:00
Weekend 11:00~17:00

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