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Tsukiji Fish Market


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5 Chome-2-1
Chuo, Tokyo 104-0045

 03-3542-1111

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"Sashimi at Tsukiji Fish Market is a must."  See More

"Tsukiji Fish Market, but go early to watch the bidding."  See More

"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

"Visit the Tsukiji Fish Market and the tuna auction super early in the morning - you can also eat sushi afterwards (though it is not budget pricing, it is worth the experience"  See More

"You might also want to try a few places in/around the Tsukiji Fish Market :"  See More

"Shibuya crossing, Tsukiji Fish Market Golden Gai"  See More

"The Tsukiji Fish Market is also worth it, but go early."  See More

"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."  See More

"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 at the latest as they only let 2 batches of 30 people in; Go people watching at Harajuku; Visit Sensoji Temple in Asakusa and then explore the markets nearby which also have great food and crowds."  See More

"I also wouldn't pass up the chance to experience the Tsukiji Fish Market."  See More

"It's within walking distance of the Tokyo Imperial Palace, Ginza and a bit longer walk to the Tsukiji Fish Market."  See More

"Tsukiji Fish Market early morning visit to the fish market for an experience."  See More

"I'll second what other have said and say that Akihabara, Tsukiji Fish Market and Shibuya are some must see places."  See More

"Go to Tsukiji Fish Market (Tsukiji Fish Market), check out sumo, and Akihabara (Akihabara)."  See More

"Tsukiji Fish MarketTsukiji Fish Market: Get up EARLY (around 5am) and see the largest fish market in the world."  See More

"Many good sushi-restaurants are at Tokyo's Bay area such as "Tsukiji Fish Market" ,"Ginza" etc."  See More

"very specific but I personally like to go to "Itadori" (Itadori) located at Tsukiji Fish Market (The biggest fish market in Tokyo)."  See More

"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."  See More

"Otherwise you could also hit up Tsukiji Fish Market, and pick one of the sushi restaurants in the area."  See More

"Ginza is more elegant and has expensive shops, the Kabuki-za Theatre and the Tsukiji Fish Market."  See More

"The Tsukiji Fish Market has several cheap sushi places, with the freshest seafood."  See More

"Here are some of our favorites spots: Sushi at the Tsukiji Fish Market."  See More

"This isn't a restaurant, but if you love sushi, Tsukiji Fish Market is the place to go."  See More

"Tsukiji Fish Market - if you can, go for the tuna auctions at 5am, otherwise the inner market is closed to the public until 9am."  See More

"By the way, Tsukiji Fish Market is a must."  See More

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