A private local wholesale market, boasting over 300 years of history and the largest scale in its class supplying food for Osaka citizens as “The kitchen of Naniwa”

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  • Open

  • Closed

    Sundays, Public holidays, Year-end and New Year holidays (December 31- January 4), Wednesdays (irregular closings, following closing days of Central Market)

Osaka Kizu Wholesale Market has done business with fancy Japanese restaurants since olden times, and is now known as a market favored by professional cooks for the purchase of selected items. The “Kizu morning market” is held on the every second and last Saturdays, and a lot of customers come to enjoy mock bidding, etc. In addition to the wholesale market, there is a large business use supermarket, a hot bath facility including a stone sauna and outdoor bath. There are also restaurants to savor fresh ingredients from the market, for customers to enjoy something besides shopping.

  • Location

    〒556-0012 2-2-8, Shikitsu-Higashi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka
  • Directions

    3-minute walk to the east from No. 1 Exit of Daikokucho Station on Osaka Metro Midosuji Line/Yotsubashi Line
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