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IMG_2290Nijo market is an open market located in Sapporo. The shops are open everyday from 7am to 6pm. At the time we were there, we saw a lot of Chinese tourists buying crabs in boxes. Just look how big they are.

IMG_2285Since the whole day was planned to go around Sapporo. We purchased the day pass which includes unlimited subway and bus rides for 1000 yen. Nijo Market is located about a few blocks from Odori Park and the TV Tower so we decided to start our day there. We exited at Odori Station and made our way from there.

IMG_2298IMG_2291It’s not a big market so we walked around the whole thing in under 20 minutes. The crabs are no joke.

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There are restaurants peppered around the stalls. We almost ate at this one but decided against it.

IMG_2299We went to Donbuir-chaya instead. It’s located inside the market.

IMG_2296 We looked at their menu outside and we saw something we liked so we decided to go with this one. IMG_2295The place is bigger compared to other stalls in the market. The service was polite and quick.

IMG_2304I ordered the crab donburi which is one of the two items on the menu that is cooked. It was so good.

IMG_2309My cousins both ordered the crab, salmon, scallop sashimi donburi.

IMG_2307 IMG_2306We also ordered an extra serving of grilled fish which despite it’s not so appetizing appearance was actually really tasty.

IMG_2310Our total bill came to 4,210 yen or about 1,600 pesos for 3 people. Here is the info on its location. They even have a Sapporo Airport branch but did not get to check that out.

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