On the International Main Street, walk to Don Quixote's intersection, turn right and go straight. That's the first Muzhi Public Market on the right. The entrance is very concealed, a small glass door, if not carefully, will pass, go late, many shops have closed, it is recommended to go before 6 o'clock. Noctilucent shellfish is so big and alive that it chooses all the butter to fry. It also chooses a lobster to cook a soaked meal. Its tail is very tender, so it is worth eating. Lobster soaked meal is super delicious! __________ There is no fishy smell, the meat is pulled out whole, the soup added flavor, egg flowers, carrots, mushrooms, really delicious!! The processing fee is 500 yen for one person and 700 RMB for two people.
The first Muzhi Seafood Market sells seafood on the whole floor of the first floor. But there's really no foul smell and there's no dirty water on the ground! On the first floor, buy the processing and processing fees on the second floor at 500 yen per person per head, besides abundant thorn fish, shrimp and crab, there are also noctilucent shellfish that have not been eaten before.
The first Muzhi public market, developed from the black market after WWII World War II, is intimately called the common people's kitchen. It can serve Okinawa cuisine, buy seafood and go directly to the 2nd floor for processing. Tourists from Taiwan and Hong Kong feel a vibrant market.
It is known as Okinawa's largest market. Of course, seafood is the first one. Especially, there are many fish caught from the deep Pacific Ocean. They are colorful and never seen before. We bought fish downstairs and processed snails upstairs. It tastes like this. The price is also very high. The restaurants upstairs are almost all Chinese and do business for tourists.
This is the main local market in Naha, a bit like Istanbul's Big Bazaar. Although it is adjacent to Intercom, it has very local characteristics. This is not only reflected in the market with a variety of local characteristics of goods, but also reflected in many Naha residents will go shopping. It can be said that only the market that local residents usually visit is the market with local characteristics. The market is also very rich. Here, you can not only buy a variety of local specialties, but also local special clothes, souvenirs, cosmetics stores, gift shops, wine houses and so on. And the prices are very close to the people. If you want to feel the local life of Naba, you can come here to visit.
Naba No. 1 Muzhi Public Market is full of seafood, pork, fruits and vegetables. It is dazzling and dazzling. Everything you see is eager to eat. It is really very difficult to choose. Finally, you decide to buy shrimp and snails and eat them directly in the market canteen for breakfast. It is delicious to have no friends.
Naba's first Muzhi public market is Okinawa's famous agricultural market, known as the "Okinawa kitchen", where almost all Okinawa cooking materials can be purchased. You can go to a restaurant on the 2nd floor of Gourmet Street first, and ask your boss to send someone to accompany you to the 1st floor to buy ingredients. It reminds me of a seafood street in Qingdao, which is as cheap and tasty as it is. We ordered the whole lobster (three meals), the whole elephant-nosed mussel, night-light shellfish, oysters, scallops, thorns and other staple foods, including the processing fee (500 yuan per person), which is less than 300 yuan per person (half the head of the child), and have eaten satisfactorily to support the wall.
Just in the center of ITC, there are many small shops along the way, and then there are marked markets. Select seafood on the first floor, let the clerk write the processing method, and then take it to the second floor for processing. The best price performance is the piercing body, very fresh! ____________
This fish market is one of the scenic spots that people must sign up for when they go to Okinawa. It has a good geographical location and can also enjoy seafood with a cost-effective price. The place is not far from the world, so it is very suitable for eating seafood, and the seafood here is basically picked downstairs and processed directly upstairs and then charged a handling fee. Basically, it has been monopolized by businessmen mainly from Taiwan and Northeast China. Chinese is unimpeded, and the selling-selling style is also Chinese. However, compared with those scenic spots with many people and poor quality, the price of fresh food is not expensive, the taste is also acceptable, the quality of processing is guaranteed, and all can be made into cooked food, of course, provided that the seafood here is basically not locally produced. Just take pictures. It's almost the same as in China. If you don't have the confidence to go to a port or other fish market, you can come here and have a look.