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A professional teacher will instruct you as to how to make sushi, which you can then enjoy for lunch! Try your hand at making sushi at Tsukiji Kiyomura Sushi Zammai. Instructors-in-training from the same school as the sushi master will help guests...more
2-4-1 Hamamatsu | Meeting at Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal, Minato 105-0013, Tokyo Prefecture
My visit to Tsukiji Market was an awful experience. I watched so many shows going through the inside of market unless it was for TV only... We had to wait for the market to completely cleaned up and close up. Only thing we saw was...More
Great fish market to walk around, nice to pick up both hot and cold food as you walk around. The knife shop was very good, just eating them sharpen the knifes was impressive. We came here about 10:30, it was still super busy.
This place is a heaven for food lovers, especially sushi and sashimi. Outlets and restaurants here offer very fresh sushi and sashimi with reasonable price. Besides that, some outlets also offer fresh fruits from Japanese farm, dried cooking ingredients (mushrooms, anchovies, etc)
Had a fun morning with our delightful guide Naomi who met us at a temple near the market. Spent about an hour touring the outer Tsukiji Fish Market enjoying samples and seeing an enormous array of seafood both raw and prepared. Found a really inexpensive...More
The out fish market is nothing to get excited about.Stalls selling fish stalls selling meat stalls selling hot and cold snacks.The sushi workshop was the highlight.We went to a restaurant and a sushi chef demonstrated how it was made and we made our own which...More
If you want to combine seeing a really interesting and colourful bit of day-to-day Tokyo life with breakfast , pay this outer fish market a visit anytime between about 7.00 and 10.00 am. The narrow alleys within the market area are lined with stalls offering...More
My husband wanted to see the Tsukiji fish market but knew I wasn't so interested since I don't really care for fish. He found this tour online. It made the Tsukiji fish market more accessible. The tour group is kept small -we had a total...More
The sushi making workshop portion of the tour with our adult daughter was so fun. The chef was so helpful as was our tour guide who stayed with us through the whole morning. The lunch plus the sushi we made was way much food. Our...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular