• Street Markets and Food from Kanazawa and the Noto Peninsula, Japan

    When it comes to fresh seafood, Kanazawa offers an embarrassment of riches. At Omi-Cho, a 300-year-old covered market just blocks away from the glitzy stores of the Korinbo shopping district, you’ll find nearly 200 stalls selling all manner of edible gems, plucked straight from the Sea of Japan.

Photography by Hajime Kimura

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