Wonderful seafood to be found, some of the best I have tasted, and the market has a great crowded chaos that is old school, even filled with tourists it still is fun. Said tourism means it is a bit expensive but well worth the visit.
About The Tsukiji Market
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Knowing that this market going to move out, immediately after we touched down, we went to visit it. We took a while to find the inner market as we alight at Tsukiji Station. We walk along the outer market, restaurant along the street look expensive....More
Allow yourselves to stroll around the market for an hour or two , lasy , sample both with youy jaws and your eyes what this maket can offer - Yummy .
I really love the sushi. All of the seafood were fresh. So many restaurants and food stall to choose from. If you want to eat lunch, be early to avoid the crowd and long line.
We arrived about 930am and did the outer market first. Interesting stalls and restaurants. Lots were waiting to eat in the restaurants. At 10am we headed into the inner market and the warnings about it being busy are true. Forklifts and trolleys whizz past -...More
I heard this was a must. We arrived here to look how the market was and have breakfast. Food is good but more expensive than other restaurants. Good place for souvenirs (if you want to take something different) they sell dried fish, knifes, matcha, etc
This is a must visit for all foodies. Don't bother with the tuna auction. We arrived around 9am on Saturday morning, this place is jam pack with locals and tourist. Must visit food includes Unagi (eel) skewers, tamagoyaki (sweet omelette roll), ice cream (their matcha...More
Amazing! A super interesting visit. Japan is a massive consumer of seafood. This is a gigantic fish market and is simply amazing to just watch how it works. Set at a big galley where you can find about 200 different sellers of all kinds of...More