There are more than 400 small shops which includes fresh seafood, dried food, snacks, kitchen tools and potteries in the outer fish market area. Since I've been a cooking instructor for foreign visitors, I often visit the area and would love to introduce the market from a cook's view point.
You will find Japanese food culture through the tour. You may encounter seasonal fresh ingredients in the market and those ingredients you may also see or taste in the food experience during your stay in Japan. We also visit Namiyoke Inari Shrine during the tour. You will know certain way for common worship ritual. You can also buy kitchen tools and potteries there.
Guide fee in Tsukiji Fish Market
Lunch, Snack, drink and Souvenir
Not available on Wednesdays and Sunday