Take a Tour of Findlay Market's New Fish and Seafood Butcher Sen by Kiki

Sen by Kiki is a fish and seafood butcher shop “focused on sustainably and responsibly caught seafood."

The name Sen translates to “fresh” in Japanese, which harkens to the shop's sashimi-grade seafood (meaning it can be eaten raw) and its oysters — some of which can be enjoyed at the connected oyster bar.

Sen is being brought to the market by chef Hideki Harada and will act as a branch of the Japanese restaurant Kiki College Hill, which he owns with his wife Yuko.

Findlay Market is located at 1801 Race St., Over-the-Rhine. Find more information at findlaymarket.org.
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The shop also sells sashimi-grade seafood (meaning it can be eaten raw).
Photo: Maggy McDonel
The shop also sells sashimi-grade seafood (meaning it can be eaten raw).
Sen by Kiki is located inside Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine.
Photo: Maggy McDonel
Sen by Kiki is located inside Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine.
The name Sen translates to “fresh” in Japanese.
Photo: Maggy McDonel
The name Sen translates to “fresh” in Japanese.
Sen has a rotating oyster selection which can be taken home or eaten at their oyster bar.
Photo: Maggy McDonel
Sen has a rotating oyster selection which can be taken home or eaten at their oyster bar.
Take a Tour of Findlay Market's New Fish and Seafood Butcher Sen by Kiki
Photo: Maggy McDonel
Sen owner and chef Hideki Harada.
Photo: Maggy McDonel
Sen owner and chef Hideki Harada.
Ben Long is considered the "oyster master" at Sen.
Photo: Maggy McDonel
Ben Long is considered the "oyster master" at Sen.
Take a Tour of Findlay Market's New Fish and Seafood Butcher Sen by Kiki
Photo: Maggy McDonel
Take a Tour of Findlay Market's New Fish and Seafood Butcher Sen by Kiki
Photo: Maggy McDonel
Take a Tour of Findlay Market's New Fish and Seafood Butcher Sen by Kiki
Photo: Maggy McDonel