Went around midnight with out food tour guide. The place was not a busy, but still plenty of open stalls and enough fresh creatures in the live tanks. As a tourist you would probably pay way to much for the fishies, and the mongers are known to switch fresh catch for dead after the sale so you have to keep your eyes open, or better go with a local. We made a late night snack out of some life octopus, a flounder shashimi and some 'squirt'. After buying the seafood you bring your bag to one of the restaurants downstairs. Again, as foreigner you need to be assertive and know market price for seating and preparation, but the end result is awesome. Get a bottle of cheap beer and shosu to mix, and you will have an meal to remember.
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