The capital’s largest regular farmer’s market takes place on the second weekend of each month near Kachidoki. About 80 vendors gather selling everything from bagels and speciality jam to fresh vegetables and coffee. The prices aren’t cheap, but the produce for sale is of the highest quality. There are also a few food vans that park up next to the market selling curry rice and hamburgers if things get a bit too organic for you.

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Location
月島第二児童公園, 1 Chome-9-8 Kachidoki, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0054
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Getting there
Take exit 4a or 4b from Kachidoki Station on the Toei Oedo Line.
Details
Held on the 2nd Saturday and Sunday of each month. October to March: 10:00-16:00; April to September: 10:00-17:00
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