Shizuoka Fish Market: Shizuoka JR Station PARCHE FRESH MARKET

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For the pleasure and convenience of many customers, PARCHE in Shizuoka JR Station is going through a general renewal, including their busy indoors market, FRESH MARKET.
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As this particular venture is directly connected to fisheries in Numazu and Yaizu Cities, one can buy not only fresh but also unusual products from Suruga Bay and Izu Peninsula such as “tenagaebi/scampi” and “kinmeidai/goden eye seabream”.
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One will also discover a plethora of shellfish and crabs fresh and alive at vey reasonable prices.
For people who cannot bother dressing or cutting fish, fillets can be bought readily made. With a smile and a polite word you will surely convince the staff the cut the whole fish you have chosen.
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For sushi and sashimi officionados very good value sets are on constant display.

I make a point to do some shopping, if not window-shopping which can easily become a revelation, at least once a week.
A few hints for clever purchasing:
-If you want to have first pick at the fish and other marine products, come in the morning at 10:00.
-If you wish to save money, come at 17:00 when “price service” is in full swing. You will benefit from real bargains, but will lose on the varieties.

FRESH MARKET
Shizuoka JR Station, PARCHE
Business hours: 09:30~20:00

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2 thoughts on “Shizuoka Fish Market: Shizuoka JR Station PARCHE FRESH MARKET”

  1. Hi there,
    I’m heading back to Shizuoka for another two days of travel writing for the Shizuoka Tourism office. Valentine’s Day on the Oigawa steam train experience, then the next day in Yaizu. Sapporo factory tour (cool!) and then f at the Yaizu Fish Market. Finish up at Shizuoka-eki, where I will once again check out Parche. Perhaps I’ll see you there, by accident? Going to be fun.

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