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Tsukiji Jogaii Market, Chuo
(4.1/5 based on 950+ reviews on the web)
Join the hustle and bustle of the world's largest fish market at Tsukiji Jogaii Market, selling over 400 different kinds of seafood. Watch buyers and sellers make their morning deals, take in the sights and sounds of this historical marketplace, and purchase some meat, produce, fish, or flowers. With over 900 wholesale dealers working here, there is always something exciting going on. To visit Tsukiji Jogaii Market and other attractions in Tokyo, use our Tokyo trip generator.
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  • In the morning the hotel Nihonbashi district I poshol walk to Tsukiji. Shoal along the Sinigavy across the Rainbow Bridge a little poplutal and hit the market at 11.00 on Tokyo. Approaching the Cukidze I was expecting ochutit' tart fishy smell fresh fish But surprised that Cukidze smells the freshness of the sea or the morning sea breeze. trade has already ended in aquariums remain unsold fish Traders to transgress their seats but around the market bubbled Chamber gastronomic life. In susinnye the queue lined up customers. Institutions simply breathed its popularity. you can try many of the freshest fried sea fruits sashimi in the morning, bought and divided Maguro. Head and ridges just s'edennyh in the form of sashimi Maguro exhibited before institutions Mole we all ate as stale don't keep. svezheninkoj in susia Kaiten had lunch with very kaloritnymi cooks susnnogo masters of creativity and throat marked. everything and So everything was delicious.
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  • So big shops selling delicious food is very crowded and a walk, but without et al-I and tension will go up just walking, are seen. Eating out can be enjoyed. It was hard because it had a suitcase to I go straight from Tsukiji to Haneda Airport to find the locker room first. I saw people walking with suitcase and then tumbling, but very annoying to other people for the big luggage recommended that valuables in the lockers.
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  • 我覺得外圍海鮮市場比築地市場本身更好逛,店家會把新鮮的海產擺在舖子上,生食熟食,樣樣盡有,更重要的是,每種食材都非常鮮甜美味,價格也不貴,到東京,沒來這裡就可惜了。 
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  • I had opted to sleep in, skip the auction, and instead, wandered around Tsukiji at 7-8 am. Frankly put, I do not remember the exact stall which I ate the best sashimi-don of my life, but Tsukiji itself offers an incredible variety of stalls and vendors for fresh seafood of all types. Well worth spending the time and money to try some amazing sushi.
  • Ate fatty tuna at seafood stalls not restaurant. Choose your own portion and pay price as displayed. The fish shop staff will cut them into sashimi slices. They'll offer you toothpick, soya sauce & wasabi to eat on the street. Much cheaper than restaurant if you dun mind standing & eating on the street. We paid 2000yen for otoro ; 9 thick slices.
  • A must. If you want to see tuna auction, verify time the day before. It changes. Suggestion: stand off to side in mkt and get a sense of transporter traffic - very busy and easy to be in their way. Any of the "diners" in the mkt are great. This is a market spectacle like no other
  • Cool place but very busy. Workers are everywhere running around on their transporters and we quickly felt in their way. The amount of tourists clearly aggravates some of them, which made the experience somewhat awkward. There are lots of tourist trap sushi shops that are pretty annoying. Overall it was fun but I wouldn't go twice (as a visitor at least).
  • You're coming to Tokyo for sushi, so why not go to the place where sushi was basically invented, the world famous Tsukiji Market. Sample local fair of all stripes, eat delicious sushi for fair prices, get a beer from a vending machine (no ID required), and swim through more people than you've ever been around in your whole life. Worth the trip!