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Explore the world's largest fish market Tsukiji with a licensed tour guide. After the tour, you can taste sushi topped with various seafood slices which come directly from the market!
- An English speaking guide who knows every inch of Tsukiji will take you to the bustling Tsukiji Fish Market.
- You’ll be able to see various fish you’ve never seen besides the huge tuna.
- There are a lot of delicious sushi restaurants and you can try one of them after the tour if you want.
Near Tsukiji Fish market. If you book the hotel pick-up option, then any hotel inside Tokyo's Yamanote Line, or within 10 minutes of any station on the line.
Please do not bring strollers or luggage to the market, as the passageways are very narrow.
What you need to bring
Please wear comfortable shoes. Sandals are not allowed inside the market.
- 日本語 (Fluent)
- English (Fluent)
I’ve worked as a volunteer guide for seven years. I realized that it’s very interesting to introduce Japan’s culture, history, and traditions to foreigners so I worked hard and got a professional guide qualification in 2014 (licensed by JNTO (Japan National Tourist Organization) Cert.No. EN00673).
As I know the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace inside out, you are sure to have a nice wonderful experience in Japan.
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No fish to see
I met with my tour guide Ono who was a very kind and polite man and it was really a private tour as nobody else had booked. I was looking forward to walking the inner market the most and we met at 9 am, however promptly on meeting we were told that we had to wait until 10 to enter. We walked around the outer market and while Ono spoke great english I could have used some more guiding and a bit more explanation about the market in general. We still enjoyed walking the outer market until we were allowed inside at which point we realized that everyone had already pretty much packed up or were cleaning up. Hardly any fish to see which was the point of booking the trip. We still walked around and explored and it was not Ono's fault at all but from what I've been hearing the workers are not so keen on tourists these days and there is a lot of other backend political stuff going on with the whole market moving for the olympics and what not. Anyways, just not our day I suppose.
Tsukiji tour with Ono
Ono was amazing, polite and informative. The tour was superb and would recommend it to anyone.
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