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Adachi Fish Market Tour
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Adachi Fish Market Tour

Get an exclusive peek into Tokyo’s second largest fish market and taste delicious seafood delicacies on this Adachi Fish Market Tour!
Tokyo
1.5 hours
Minimum of 2 guests
Japanese - English
GLUTEN-FREE
HALAL
VEGETARIAN
FAMILY-FRIENDLY
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The largest fish market in Tokyo, Toyosu Fish Market, is known for being strict and not allowing tourists inside the wholesale market area, but if you still want to experience the wild and fascinating world of seafood in Japan, the Adachi Fish Market Tour welcomes you! While you can enjoy the seafood restaurants bordering the Adachi Fish Market any day of the week, you can’t always get access to the fish market’s wholesale area, as it’s only open to the public on one Saturday every two months, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. This Adachi Fish Market Tour is an exclusive opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at Japan’s fish market culture and discover some of the tastiest seafood delicacies (as well as some strange sights) in Tokyo.
Highlights:
Experience the flurry of action at the wholesale area of Adachi Fish Market
Enjoy a Japanese seafood bowl for breakfast at a local seafood restaurant
Learn all about the Japanese food culture and discover strange and unique seafood
Get inside tips about Japanese history, etiquette, and culture from an expert
Inclusions:
1.5-hour tour of the Adachi Fish Market
Cultural insights from a local English-speaking guide
A delicious Japanese seafood breakfast
Meeting Point and Meeting Time:
The meeting point is the ticket gate of Senjuohashi Station on the Keikyu Line. There is only one exit, so you can’t miss it. The meeting time is at 7:15 a.m. Please arrive 15 minutes early, because the experience will start exactly on time.
Remarks:
Please note that the Adachi Fish Market is closed on Wednesdays and Sundays.
The Adachi Fish Market Tour starts strictly on time. The tour will start even if guests arrive at or after the departure time, and no refund shall be given.
Please notify us in advance if there are any food restrictions or allergies.
Please wear comfortable shoes because there will be a lot of walking. Sandals are prohibited as you can’t enter the market wearing them.
Experience Location:
Tokyo’s second largest fish market, the Adachi Fish Market is located in Kita-Senju, an area which has a long history of accommodating travelers passing through. During the early years of the Edo period, traffic through Senju was quite heavy and Kita-Senju was a postal station where Daimyo stopped to rest before continuing their travels. Now a residential area, Kita-Senju is far from the typical image you might have of Tokyo (neon lights, swarms of impeccably-dressed people). Full of narrow streets and very local hidden gems, in Kita-Senju you can find the freshest produce at affordable costs.
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