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Malcolm_See wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore, Singapore582 contributions375 helpful votes
Not as big as Makishi public market and with only one or two restaurants to dine in, Tomari market offer better value in terms of price and less hard selling. Take note that if you plan to buy from the various shops do note that the wasabi and soya sauce may be limited. There are some tables at the entrance where you can stand to eat. Nothing too spectacular here other than better priced fish and this place is quite a distance away from the main streets.…
Date of experience: February 2020
Hong Z wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore, Singapore83 contributions6 helpful votes
Tried the sashimi, grilled lobsters at the Tomari Iyumachi market. Comparing to Makiahi First Market, i personally will be more incline for seafood here for the cheaper pricing
Date of experience: December 2019
KSK78418 wrote a review Oct 2019
Corpus Christi, Texas44 contributions9 helpful votes
Naha's fish market is small, but still very interesting to walk through and see what they sell and eat. There are a few places that do cook some of the food, and plenty of booths with fresh sushi.
Date of experience: September 2019
Jcho48 wrote a review Aug 2019
8 contributions1 helpful vote
You can not only find the freshest of fish and shellfish but the thing that draws me here at every trip is the cheapest and most freshest Umi (Sea Urchin).
Date of experience: February 2019
Aryung wrote a review Jul 2019
Hong Kong, China164 contributions18 helpful votes
It is near to down town, drive around 10mins from JAL Naha hotel to there. It has enough parking, highly recommend buy some sashimi and eat in car.
Date of experience: July 2019