Tsukiji Fish Market

For deep immersion into TSUKIJI, be sure to examine the many live market that line daily.
The both wholesale and retail sellers are very busy early in the morning. But as you go there earlier, fresher fish you can get. Outside of the market, there is called Tsukiji Outer Market (JOGAI SHIJO). This is where locals do their shopping, and weekend is the busiest day. Untrained eyes may find the sight peculiar, yet markets are definitely interesting. Coupled with the clogged market street alleys and shouting matches over fresh fish, they make for an all-day attraction. For more details: http://www.tsukiji.or.jp/english/index.html

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6 Responses

  1. Kiyo NY says:

    You have to go there really early in the morning, but it’s worth it. You can experience energetic and exciting bidding and also eat super fresh sushi and sashimi in good price 🙂

  2. meg says:

    It was worse to wake up early for visiting Tsukiji. I could eat SASHIMI that was the best of my life.

  3. Sciencer says:

    This is the one of the must-visit place in Tokyo. Although we should wake up early, It must be a market worthwhile visiting. This will give me a hint in thinking of japanese fish-eating culture.

  4. Mark says:

    This TSUKIJI is the most fantastic place for me. I enjoyed the active market and some fish. I heard this market would moved to other place at an early date

  5. Masayo says:

    If you like fish, you should visit Tukiji. You can eat fresh sushi in Tokyo! In outer market, there are many famous restaurants which you can eat fresh fish.

  6. Hiro says:

    I haven’t been there yet. I really want to eat Sushi with fresh fish there.

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