Toyosu & Tsukiji Tokyo Fish Market Food and Drink Tour

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  • ¥ 11,500
  • 8:30-12:00 (3.5 Hrs)
  • Max 6 Guests

TOKYO

Tsukiji Inner Market has been relocated on 11th Oct. 2018. It is the world’s largest market and called “Kitchen of Tokyo”, but because of this relocation, its huge inner wholesale area and consumer outer area have become separated into two parts.

Our Tokyo Food and Drink Tour takes you to the vibrant stores at both markets which sell the best quality foods. You will eat a variety of Japanese foods ranging from finger foods to delicacies. Our knowledgeable guides also deliver a lot of tips about the Japanese culinary culture during the tour. The tour will be concluded at an authentic Sushi restaurant with fresh Sushi.

HIGHLIGHTS
  • ・Enjoy the experience of trying several different types of Japanese foods.
  • ・Explore 2 markets with a friendly guide and discover where the local foodies eat.
  • ・Learn the foundation of the Japanese food culture at 'Tsukiji Wonder Land'
TOUR SCHEDULE
【TIME】
 8:30 am – 12:00 pm (Approx. 3 hours 30 minutes)
 *Mainly (Mon. Tue. Thu. Fri. Sat.)

【ITINERARY】
  • – 8:30 am Meetup at the Toyosu Market.
  • – 8:30 am - 9:30 am Explore Toyosu's new Inner Market!
  • – (*We may not enter the business area.)
  • – 10:00 am Tour the Tsukiji Outer Market and grab Japanese food and drinks with
       our guide.
  • – Experience Japanese sake tasting and eat sushi at a local restaurant.
  • – 12:00 pm Finish and go to Tsukiji Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line).
DEPARTURE/
RETURN LOCATION
Toyosu Market / Tsukiji Station (Metro)
MEETING TIME
AND PLACE
Please arrive by 8:15 AM to Shijo-mae Station near the Toyosu Market.
RETURN TIME
Approximately 12:00 PM
PRICE (PER PERSON)
11,000 JPY
MENU
1. Japanese omelet
2. Dried bonito (sample)
3. Japanese green tea (sample)
4. Fresh Oyster / Fresh Tuna
5. Fried fish cake
6. Sake
7. Sushi

Please Note:
・Our food menu includes some sample foods.
・We believe that we will take you to the best shops in the market as well as in Tokyo.
・We do not eat at the Toyosu Market. We mainly eat at the Tsukiji market.
・If you have any food restrictions or allergies, please tell us at least one day prior to the tour date.(Until 17:00JST) Otherwise, we cannot change the menu for you.
・The minimum drinking age is 20 years old in Japan.
 – (We will prepare alternative drinks for participants under the age.)
INCLUDED
・English Guide
・Food (Menu Above)
・Transportation Fees between Markets
NOT INCLUDED
・Hotel Pick-up
・Infant meals
・Extra foods and drinks
REMARKS

  • 【General】
  • ・This is a group tour.
  • ・We will leave at 8:30 am sharp, so please make sure to be there on time!
  • ・There could be a delay at when the tour ends, if you have an appointment or plan
       right after this tour, please let us know in advance.
  • ・Please come with comfortable walking shoes as this tour has a lot of walking.
     – (*Those wearing sandals may not enter the market.)
  • ・Baby buggies are not allowed in the Inner Market.
     – (You will be able to leave it at the Outer Market.)

  • 【Pricing & Payment】
  • ・All payments must be made in full before the tour.
  • ・We define a participant over the age of 12 years old as an adult.
    ・Children between the ages of 4 – 12 years old are considered a child.
     – (A child's price is 70% of an adult's price)
    ・Children under 3 years old are free (w/o Food).
  • ・If the group is over the maximum group size, then the group will be separated.
  • ・If you would like to do a PRIVATE tour, please send an inquiry to us.
               – (TOTAL PRICE= 15,000 JPY [Basic fee] + 9,000 JPY/person)
         
  • Cancellation Policy

  • 【Chinese Speaking Guide】
  • ・若你需要中文導覽的話,請在來信中告訴我們。 中文網站
    (If you would like to join the Chinese speaking guide tour, please note it in your inquiry.)
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Customer's Voice (32)

My wife and I went on this tour which included the new Toyosu Fish Market. Our guide, Tomo, was wonderful. She spoke good English, was very friendly, and was very knowledgible about the sites. The visit to the market was fascinating and she got us to try a variety of Japanese street food. However, the Toyosu Fish Market portion of tour was a waste of time. You basically saw nothing of the market. If your primary reason for this tour is to see the Fish Market, don't waste your money.
by Gordon C (03/23/19)
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