Jika (Market Price) (時価)
Jika means market price as an economic term ->see "Market Price"
A style of price display at restaurants etc.
It is used for goods such as valuable fresh food whose selling price fluctuates with change of the market price (buying price). Most typically it is seen on the menu of a sushi restaurant. There are cases in which you may know the actual price by directly asking a restaurant staff but sometimes you would never know how much the unit price was even after check.
In English, both 1. market price as an economic term and 2. a style of price display at restaurants etc., mentioned above are similarly indicated as "Market Price".