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4-14-2 Tsukiji, Chuo 104-0045, Tokyo Prefecture
Ginza, Tokyo Nihonbashi
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Tsukiji Fish Market Tours and Tickets
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All reviews seafood fish market tuna wagyu worth a visit sea urchins strawberries street food fresh fish tourists and locals skewers mid morning metro station an amazing experience stalls selling auction area must visit place
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Reviewed today

Soooo many things to see, smell and taste!...lots of samples so you’re not left wondering hmm. The size of some of these creatures must be seen to be appreciated. A must see in Tokyo!

Date of experience: November 2019
Thank puckstopper31
Reviewed today

The fruits are fresh which comes with a price. If you had tried the giant crab leg in Hokkaido, you will be disappointed here. The price is much higher and not as fresh. Local grapes and melon are abundant. There are many types of food...More

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank pangkheesuan
Reviewed yesterday

The place is so crowded especially after 9.30am. It gets way too crowded. The seafood are quite delicious but the food there are quite expensive. Unagi stick costs around 1,000yen per stick and crab legs and wagyu beef are around 4,000yen each. Had food in...More

Date of experience: November 2019
Thank pandaat501
Reviewed 2 days ago

We went there with our family and tried the sea urchin, oyster and sashimi don. All just melted in your mouth without regret!! Crowds of Japanese tourist and foreign tourist in the market.

Date of experience: November 2019
Thank Josephine L
Reviewed 5 days ago

Lots of people, lots of fish (fine by me) and lots of choice, but on busy days be prepared to queue. My choice just happened to be a store to sit and eat at a bar or more seating upstairs. All eateries were super busy,...More

Date of experience: March 2019
Thank lescrodel
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This market has a lot of options to eat. Whether a restaurant or simply try all the different types of seafood stands. Very busy place with lots to eat and shop. If do not mind crowds, worth a visit.

Date of experience: November 2019
Thank 719kingl
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

So it's been 10 years since I was in Japan and I heard the Tsukiji market has moved. Anyway, it is an amazing experience to see first-hand how the wholesale buyers get their fish. But you have to come EARLY -- like at dawn --...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Catherine L S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

a must go place for the experience and food tasting for everyone. just take the metro and walk to the market. u can try all the serving and explore the fresh seafood

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank kee tsung S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A must go to everything you’re in Tokyo!! Especially since I love Uni. This place never fails! Come even in the rain. You’ll enjoy it!

Date of experience: October 2019
Thank Emily415
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The fish auction has moved, but in some ways that makes Tsukiji even more fun for visitors -- you no longer need to dodge the trucks and commercial vendors. There are still many interesting shops and small restaurants (sushi, generally) and it is good fun...More

Date of experience: October 2019
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jonedwards80
29 September 2019|
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Response from AlanaMaria | Reviewed this property |
It's more of a street food market and great for kids. We had 3 young teenagers with us and they enjoyed it immensely. It gets a bit crowded after 11am but it's still manageable and it was one of our highlights of Tokyo
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ahmedsU6807VP
8 August 2019|
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Response from StationToStation | Reviewed this property |
You don't need to buy your tuna here. If you are looking for fish sellers then you need to go to the new fish market, Toyosu Market that replaced Tsukiji (and moved earlier this year). But if you are just looking to buy good... More
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louise581
8 January 2019|
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Response from 68berndl | Reviewed this property |
Hi Louise, it is a 2km walk from the Ginza Station to the Tsukiji fish market. Alternatively you might take early in the morning the subway. However, there is no direct connection from Ginza (Station) to Tsukiji fish market... More
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