・Kuromon Market Kuromon Sanpei: Kuromon Sanpei is a seafood restaurant famous for their seafood bowl and skewer-grilled seafood. They have an eat-in space so you can enjoy your meal comfortably. This district has also many other seafood restaurants besides Kuromon Sanpei that will satisfy you.
・Daiso Kuromon Ichiba: As the phrase “There is nothing you can’t get in a market” describes, you will get many other things in addition to food. You can find many Japanese souvenir shops on the street, but Daiso, a 100yen shop that sells many high-quality kinds items at a low price, on the side street is also a good place to buy your souvenir.
・Maruzen Meat Shop: A meat shop specialized in Japanese breed beef. They cook it in the shop for you, so you can eat fresh foods on the spot.
・Kagayaki GALLERY: A shop that sells Japanese ceramics. They also have a room for the Japanese traditional tea ceremony on the second floor.
・Kuromon Yatai-mura: This is almost the end of the shopping street, and finish this tour with great desserts. Food stands area that sells sweets like rice dumpling and fresh fruit juice.
・Nansan street: A street with many Anime shops and electrical appliance stores that reminds you of Akihabara, Tokyo.
Of course, you can find other stores related to Japanese traditional foods, such as ingredients, dishes and tea cups.
・Sennichimae Doguyasuji Shopping street: A shopping street with a lot of shops selling kitchen board and other utensils. These goods, of course, can be used in the home kitchen! Another thing to note is that food samples, food sample related goods, etc. are also available! You can also make food sample production experience without the reservation on the day!