- 2.5 時間
4-16-2 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku
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月曜日･火曜日･水曜日･木曜日･金曜日･土曜日･日曜日 : 05:00~15:00
4 out of 5 stars
I went to this spot in the afternoon. And lots of stores were closed. I guess it would be noisier and more crowded in the morning. But still many sellers were touting on the street. Some stores are selling fresh fish. But more were selling dried foods in the afternoon. And you can also buy some crafts and tableware here. I bought a piece of tamagoyaki (kind of dessert or dishes made by egg, like rolled omelets) here. Not expensive and little bit sweet taste, suitable for a warm winter afternoon. I enjoyed it. But I think other foods like sushi and sashimi rice bowl sold here are more expensive than other place in Tokyo.
5 out of 5 stars
Despite having gone during a rainy afternoon alongside a huge crowd of tourists, visiting the Tsukiji market was fantastic. Much like Ameya Yokocho, all my friends and I did there was eat, eat and eat. From the freshest seafood to rolled omelettes (Daisada is the home of rolled omelettes) to "tuna" taiyaki (Sanoki-ya) to eating whale (Kujira no Tomisui - the only whale ship within the outer Tsukiji area), we definitely left feeling all too full. The market was like a circus to the senses; there was so much to see, smell, hear and taste that it got a bit overwhelming, but in a good way. I also tried amazake, which is a traditional sweet, no-to-little alcohol Japanese sake. Overall, had an amazing time and definitely recommend spending a couple hours here.