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The fish markets are huge, I spent about 3 hours walking around the area. Try sampling some of the fresh seafood, I had the best sea urchin (umi) that I had ever had (so creamy), the largest fish eggs which pop in the mouth and...More
Come hungry and bring cash. We enjoyed a wonderful hour strolling along the stalls and sampling the food, and spent much less than the cost of a hotel breakfast. Some of our favorites were a deliciously breaded and fried tuna cutlet and super sweet strawberries....More
Tsukiji is a must-visit. The actual fish market may have moved, but the outer markets are still alive and well. Thanks to jetlag, we were able to wake up early and get there by 8 am. I highly recommend this because it wasn't crowded at...More
Many retail shops with delicious fish and wide choice of top quality tuna and salmon already prepacked for you to taste at their 3rd floor lounge. Choice include not only fish but also shells, octopus, shrimps, and many others.
Took the train to Tsukiji Station and it was an easy 5min stroll to the market.
Its a huge area of food stalls selling the freshest seafood, dried seafood titbits ( bought the dried seaweed with sesame seeds & wasabi broad beans ), sushi, cooked...More
I recommend Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. The best time to go to Tsukiji is 10 o'clock to 13 o'clock.
The Tsukiji Outer markets are still a traditional seafood, meat and vegetable market with some souvenirs and great knife shops. We really liked it and ate from a sushi train (good quality and value) and nibbled on a sweet omelette snack called Tamogayki. A good...More
The sights, sounds, and food in this area make it one of my favorites in all of the world. Yes, the wholesale market moved in 2018 but the retail market (this one) is still a sight to be seen! Its busy, loud, and full of...More
This place is super easy to get lost. One moment we were in the food market, next we ended up by the wholesalers. I ended up selling a bunch of sea creatures I did not even know existed. The food was good, but don't rush...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
Yes, the outermarket, the usual tourist destination is open on Sundays. The inner market (where tuna auction takes place) moved to Toyosu from original location in Tsukiji. I do not know the new schedule for inner market... More
Yes, the outermarket, the usual tourist destination is open on Sundays. The inner market (where tuna auction takes place) moved to Toyosu from original location in Tsukiji. I do not know the new schedule for inner market but it is only needed if you plan to spend night there waiting for early morning (~5am) auction.