Niitsu 1st-6th Morning Market in Akiha-ku, Niigata-shi, JAPAN

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Digital Photo taken in Niigata JAPAN

This is a view just before sun rise. There is Hishiga-take Mountain behind which is the highest peak of Gozu Mountain Ridge.


Digital Photo taken in Niigata JAPAN

I got on a local train to go shopping in Niitsu. The day was of Morning Market that is held at days with number 1 and 6 for the last digit of date.


Digital Photo taken in Niigata JAPAN

I saw the Mountain Yahiko through the train window. The mountain stands on the edge of Niigta plain. So the behind the mountain is the sea. The peak of the mountain is not so high; it is 637 meter (approx. 2000ft).


Digital Photo taken in Niigata JAPAN

I got off the train at JR Niitsu station. My destination could be seen from the platform. There are vinyl tents in a parking lot near the railway station.


Digital Photo taken in Niigata JAPAN

There is a stained glass at the east end of the station building. Niitsu is the town that is famous for railway. Steam locomotives are drawn on the stained glass.


Digital Photo taken in Niigata JAPAN

So this is a morning market in Niitsu.


Digital Photo taken in Niigata JAPAN

This is a fruits shop that I always buy something. I bought one basket of persimmons with 500 yen.


Digital Photo taken in Niigata JAPAN

There is a half body of salmon on the cutting board.


Digital Photo taken in Niigata JAPAN

These are what I bought in the morning market in Niitsu today.

  • Apples:800JPY
  • Grapes:600
  • Persimmons:500
  • Chinese Cabbage Kimchi:500
  • Radish Kimchi:500
  • Two Pears:400
  • Ginger:200
  • Cauliflower:150
  • Taro potato:100
  • Total:3,750JPY


Digital Photo taken in Niigata JAPAN

And then I pickled Cauliflower and put them into two small bottles. I want to know when they will be best to eat; in two days or two weeks?. And every time I make pickles, I become wondering how I am supposed to do with the soup when I finished eating pickles. I don’t want to just throw it into sink because the soup uses a lot of sugar, vinegar and spices, but just drinking it with diluting with water does not taste good.

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