Explore the Tsukiji Market, popularly known as the “Kitchen of Tokyo,” in this unique food tour experience, complete with sushi and sake. While the Tsukiji Fish Market auction has been moved to Toyosu, Tsukiji Market is still as vibrant as ever and boasts some of the freshest fish in Tokyo. Experience the wide variety of Japanese foods on this Tsukiji Fish Market Tour, from finger foods to the most culinarily exquisite bites that the market has to offer. This tour also takes you along to the mini wholesale area, where you can still see different types of fish and foods being sold, and eat the freshest tuna. At the end of the tour, you’ll be taken to an authentic sushi restaurant and try the high-quality sushi there. And what pairs better with sushi than Japanese sake!
Note: While the Tsukiji Fish Market has been closed since October 2018 and relocated to Toyosu, the Tsukiji Outer Market still offers the freshest seafood straight from Toyosu and the same scrumptious bites!
-Meet at the main gate of Tsukiji Hongaji-Temple
-Tour the Tsukiji Outer Market, tasting as you go
-Explore the Tsukiji Uogashi wholesale market
-Enjoy fresh sushi at a local restaurant
-Japanese sake-drinking experience
-Tamagoyaki (Japanese omelet)
-Fried fish cake
-Sample dashi soup and katsuobushi
-Japanese matcha green tea
A 3-hour food tour of Tsukiji Market with an English-speaking guide (Chinese-speaking guide available upon inquiry)
Tips about Japanese history, etiquette, and culture from an expert
A bottle of water
Food (see menu above)
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The meeting point is the main gate of Tsukiji Hongaji-Temple (address: 2 Chome-12-6 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0045).
The minimum drinking age is 20 years in Japan. We will prepare alternative drinks for participants under 20 years old.
Please notify us in advance if you have any food restrictions or allergies (e.g. gluten allergy, vegetarian, etc.) in the notes section of the payment page.
Please be reminded to wear comfortable shoes because there will be a lot of walking.
If you would like a Chinese-speaking tour guide, please write this in the additional notes section of the payment page.