Tsukiji Fish Market
5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku
Keywords: Sightseeing, Markets, Gourmet See all and suggest more
First reviewed by The Peninsula Tokyo
Experience the fascinating, fast-paced scene of the world’s largest seafood market on this walking tour escorted by a Peninsula Tokyo chef. Participants will awake early and enjoy coffee during the 15-minute ride to the market in the hotel’s customised BMW. Having worked up an appetite taking in the tuna auction (now closed to casual visitors) and the endless variety of seafood and fresh produce, enjoy a breakfast of the world’s freshest sushi at one of the area’s locally celebrated restaurants. Attended by two hotel escorts, each two-hour tour commences at 6 am and is limited to a minimum of two and a maximum of four guests over the age of 12. Kindly note that the market is closed on Sundays and every other Wednesday. The per person fee, inclusive of a 10% service charge and 5% sales tax, is ¥24,000. Bookings and enquiries may be placed with the Concierge. A 48-hour minimum advance notice is required.
impresionante, Hay que ir sobre las 5 de la mañana para ver el ambiente y la subasta.Hay que probar Sushi y Sashimi, aunque no sean ni las 8 de la mañana en una calle paralela al mercado o incluso hay paradas que te ofrecen un Toro (atún rojo) buenísimo!!
Ambiance incroyable, le seul hic est qu'il faut y aller très tôt (6h-6h15 est idéal)
If you would like a different experience in Tokyo
The Fish Market was worth a visit. Be there early before 6:30 am and be amazed by the amount and variety of fish. Then have some sushi nearby in one of the small restaurants. Best breakfast you can wish for.
Even though you can no longer observe the tuna auction, this is a fantastic place to see. The antithesis of a "tourist spot" -- a fast-paced, working market, said to be the largest fish market in the world, where you have to work hard to avoid fork-lifts and fast-moving mini freight-haulers. From Shibuya, you can access Tsukiji by subway.