Tsukiji Fish Market, one of the world largest market has been known as the kitchen of Tokyo over 70 years. The huge area covering the inner market and outer market are full of excitement and amazement, but how can you stroll around this labyrinth? I'll give you some tips on how to explore this world renown market without missing any of its unique marvels. After Tsukiji, a short 15 min. walk will take you to Tokyo's most attractive landscape gardens, which originated during the famed Edo period. Hama-rikyu Gardens once used to be the family garden of the Tokugawa shogun and later became the property of the Imperial family. The contrast between beautiful traditional gardens with skyscrapers in the background is spectacular.
[Title] Morning Tour around Tokyo Bay, Tsukiji & Hama-rikyu Gardens
[Principal Guide] Yuri Hanakame
Tsukiji Fish Market
- Inner market consisting of hundreds of small stands in a large, crowded hall
- Outer market along narrow lanes consisting of small retail shops and restaurants
- Namiyoke shrine?(guardian shrines for the market and traders with various memorial monuments)
*Tsukiji Fish Market is a facility for wholesale business and shops such as restaurants and perishable food stores. Market visit is made possible by courtesy of the facility manager and you are always requested to follow their rules. Please follow the guide's instruction while at the market and be considerate of the merchants and other professional visitors. You may be requested to leave the property whenever the market supervisor or the merchants find it inappropriate.
- 300-year pine tree
- Only remaining seawater ponds within Tokyo
- Tea house
- Former duck hunting sites
[Available Day & Time]
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday?(Except for national holidays)
Pick-up time 8:30-9:30
*Starting time of 9:00 a.m. is suggested due to Tsukiji business hours.
[Pick- up & drop- off place]
Your hotel in central Tokyo
Public transportation like underground & above ground, bus and taxi if required
[Price per group (up to 4 persons)]
22,000 yen (plus tax)
-An English-speaking guide service provided during sightseeing and transfers
-Transportation fee : One day ticket costs 1000 yen which covers all the subway lines in Tokyo
-Meals and beverage: Most of the casual restaurants serve lunch set menu for 1000 - 1500yen.
-Admission fee for the garden: 300yen (65 and over: 150 yen)