Traditional Market of Kokura city
There are many shops and restaurants
You can watch around them, and if you have a challenge mind, you can try many traditional Kokura's gourmet.
For example, Nuka-miso-daki, it's a kind of fermented fishes. Tsuke-mono, japanese pickles, and so on.
People are very friendly, but busy while morning and late afternoon because many dwellers shops for preparing lunch and dinner. So if you want to enjoy, avoiding these timing is recommended.
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