Visit Kochi Prefecture’s best-known place to eat. Locals and visitors alike love this shopping area with over 60 different restaurants and eateries. Located just a few minutes from Kochi Castle, Hirome Market is the perfect place to visit after you’ve had your fill of traditional Japanese sights.
You’ll love the variety of Japanese and foreign foods in this cuisine market. Be sure to come with an empty stomach so that you can try as many treats as possible. And with the Hirome Market being open until 9:30 pm it means that you can treat yourself to a late dinner or even try drinking with the locals.
A short 5-minute walk from either Kochi Castle or Ohashidori Station.
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