The Kure Taisho Town Market, which consists of a shopping arcade and street stalls, has been popular with local residents for more than 100 years as their main source of food. The market becomes crowded with many shoppers at around 11 a.m. when fish just landed by local fishermen are put on sale. Not only fresh fish but also vegetables and fruits are available at the market, along with a variety of side dishes prepared by fishermen’s wives. Special "kaisendon" (Kuredon), a bowl of rice topped with fresh sashimi (sliced raw fish) of one’s choice, is particularly popular.
- Dining and souvenirs
|Business Hours||Open for 7 days a week except for Jan. 1-3|
|Days Closed for Business||Jan. 1 to 3|
|Directions||●About a 20-minute drive on Route 56 from Susaki-higashi Interchange on Kochi Expressway|
●About a 7-minute walk from Tosa-Kure Station on Shikoku Railway’s Dosan Line