Tsukiji Fish Market, Chuo, Japan

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Chuo, Tokyo 104-0045 Japan

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  • 3 mentions in Free things to do in Tokyo?

    • Mayumi I.

      Mayumi I. said, "...My picks as a five-year Tokyo veteran are the Tokyo Tower, Tsukiji Fish Market (favorite spot), and the fascinating Harajuku neighborhood where you can experience some of the world's most extraordinary......" See More

    • Carole K.

      Carole K. said, "...of the city Go to Harajuku on a Sunday so you can see all the young people dress up Visit the Tsukiji Fish Market and the tuna auction super early in the morning - you can also eat sushi afterwards (though it is..." See More

    • Rebecca W.

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      Rebecca W. said, "...As Tokyo is a pricey city its best to explore the free options. 1. Tsukiji Fish Market, but go early to watch the bidding. Ueno Park is a beautiful park in the north of Tokyo to catch the blossoms and some shrines...." See More

  • 3 mentions in Exploring Tokyo solo for 3 days: Where to stay and what to do?

    • Tim F.

      Tim F. said, "...designed by animation powerhouse Ghibli Studios, this gem is a homerun. Get tickets at a Lawson convenience store well in advance. Tsukiji Fish Market Tsukiji Fish Market: Get up EARLY (around 5am) and see the largest fish market in the world. A single..." See More

    • Antonio S.

      Antonio S. said, "...at Tokyu Stay Shibuya (Tokyo Stay Shibuya). It's a great shopping location and the rooms are great as well. Go to Tsukiji Fish Market (Tsukiji Fish Market), check out sumo, and Akihabara (Akihabara). Ganbatte!..." See More

    • Carlos L.

      Carlos L. said, "...I'll second what other have said and say that Akihabara, Tsukiji Fish Market and Shibuya are some must see places. Tsukiji is best in the early morning, when all the shipments arrive. Arrive around 6:30 am to see the fish auctions and the..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Must-try restaurants in Tokyo

    • Andrew Z.

      Andrew Z. said, "...is one of the top sushi restaurants in the world. The wait is long, but it is worth it.By the way, Tsukiji Fish Market is a must. I could people watch all morning at Tsukiji, world's largest fish market. The diversity of offerings..." See More

    • Mindi H.

      Mindi H. said, "...was amazing. There is great food everywhere, even in department stores. Here are some of our favorites spots: Sushi at the Tsukiji Fish Market. Walking around the world-class market is an adventure in itself. We had breakfast at Sushi Bun twice.Modern French..." See More

    • Veronica B.

      Veronica B. said, "...This isn't a restaurant, but if you love sushi, Tsukiji Fish Market is the place to go. Downside is you have to get there before sunrise, basically. WORTH IT!..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Tokyo at Night

    • Napat Palm H.

      Napat Palm H. said, "...needed. Another exquisite sushi restaurant is Ginza Kyubei http://www.kyubey.jp/index_e.html. Sushi Saito also serves incredible sushi. Otherwise you could also hit up Tsukiji Fish Market, and pick one of the sushi restaurants in the area. There are tons of restaurants around the market..." See More

    • Katsunari T.

      Katsunari T. said, "...Many good sushi-restaurants are at Tokyo's Bay area such as " Tsukiji Fish Market" ,"Ginza" etc... U.S.president Obama went to Sukiyabashi Jiro in April, 2014. Ginza Kyubeiis also fine...." See More

  • 1 mention in What are some must-visit spots in Tokyo?

    • Melissa H.

      Melissa H. said, "...I only had 72 hours in Tokyo but feel like I packed a lot in. I'd recommend getting out to the Tsukiji Fish Market- if you can, go for the tuna auctions at 5am, otherwise the inner market is closed to the..." See More

  • 1 mention in best attractions and food during family trip in japan

    • Aya Y.

      Aya Y. said, "...over 3.5, I experienced mostly very good. Besides. very specific but I personally like to go to "Itadori" (Itadori) located at Tsukiji Fish Market (The biggest fish market in Tokyo). It's reasonable price (Like less than 4000 yen for dinner) but still excellent..." See More

  • 1 mention in What can I do during 3 weeks (March) in Tokyo?

    • Toufic T.

      Toufic T. said, "...out. Shibuya where the busiest street crossing in tokyo is. Shinjuku the red light district. also where the yakuza hang out.. Tsukiji Fish Market early morning visit to the fish market for an experience. do not eat in the market but visit the..." See More

  • 1 mention in 2 weeks in Japan- what areas can't be missed?

    • Rachael W.

      Rachael W. said, "...wrote a blog post about the kinds of things to do and see that you won't want to miss! (Shibuya crossing, Tsukiji Fish Market Golden Gai) May is a beautiful time of year to visit Japan. Also, definitely recommend the JR pass. Enjoy..." See More

  • 1 mention in You have 2 free airline tickets. Where do you go & with whom?

    • Melissa M.

      Melissa M. said, "...our wish list both for the cultural and the culinary experience. I also wouldn't pass up the chance to experience the Tsukiji Fish Market...." See More

  • 1 mention in Where are the best neighborhoods to stay in Tokyo?

    • Luciana M.

      Luciana M. said, "...the most important ones, after Tokyo and Shinjuku). Ginza is more elegant and has expensive shops, the Kabuki-za Theatre and the Tsukiji Fish Market. Shibuya is more lively and busy, home to the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world, near Meiji Shrine..." See More

  • 1 mention in Tips for amazing food experiences in Japan

    • Luciana M.

      Luciana M. said, "...Matsuya have lots of great food stalls, selling from Japanese food to French sweets. Prices are all over the map. The Tsukiji Fish Market has several cheap sushi places, with the freshest seafood. We went to the Ninja Akasaka restaurant in Tokyo the..." See More

  • 1 mention in First time in Tokyo! Where should I stay, see, eat, and do?

    • Andrey Y.

      Andrey Y. said, "...Ningyocho Station, but as the others have alluded to, Asakusa Station, Shinjuku, and Shibuya are all good central choices. Sashimi at Tsukiji Fish Market is a must. Tons of delicious yakitori and shabu shabu all around the city. Even places owned by native..." See More

  • 1 mention in Things to see and do on the cheap

    • Emilio L.

      Emilio L. said, "...For Tokyo try going to Tsukiji Fish Market, it's free and if you get there really early (around 5:00 am) you can see the fish auction which is amazing. If that is too early for you try getting there around 7 to..." See More

  • 1 mention in 10 days in Japan in December

    • Stefanie W.

      Stefanie W. said, "...Koyasan for beautiful mountain scenery, visit Okunoin and stay at an onsen ryokan. Tokyo - Sushi breakfast at 7am at the Tsukiji Fish Market- if you want to catch the famous early morning tuna auction I recommend starting to queue at 3am..." See More

  • 1 mention in Affordable hotels in Toyko

    • Christina A.

      Christina A. said, "...I highly recommend Tokyo Ueno Touganeya Hotel since you mentioned that you might visit the Tsukiji Fish Market- it's on the same general side as the fish market, as well as Akihabara , Asakusa , Tokyo Sky Tree and Ginza . Takes..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best neighbourhood to stay

    • Alejandro M.

      Alejandro M. said, "...commute is a breeze. It's within walking distance of the Tokyo Imperial Palace, Ginza and a bit longer walk to the Tsukiji Fish Market. It's also great to get on a JR train or Shinkansen (bullet trains) if you also plan to..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where is the best sushi for first-timers to Tokyo?

    • Roni X.

      Roni X. said, "...a very interesting experience if you can get a booking. You might also want to try a few places in/around the Tsukiji Fish Market :)..." See More

  • 1 mention in 5 days in Tokyo, what to do/see

    • Lexim M.

      Lexim M. said, "...some of the boat races near Shinagawa. Tokyo Skytree is good, but make sure to go on a week day. The Tsukiji Fish Market is also worth it, but go early...." See More

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