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  • Drew Drew

    Tsukiji Market Culinary Experience with A Local Guide

    Tsukiji Market Culinary Experience with A Local Guide Satoko, was great and knew the best stands, would highly recommend!

  • Harry Harry

    Tsukiji Tuna Auction Tour with a Guide During the Night

    Tsukiji Tuna Auction Tour with a Guide During the Night Once you brave the early morning meet-up, the tuna auction is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Whilst there's no NEED to have a tour, Kiyo was very informative and gave us heaps of info regarding the history of the market. He even showed us around the market after the auction and recommended a few places for us to try.

  • esther esther

    Create cartoon food art with a chef in Tokyo

    Create cartoon food art with a chef in Tokyo Not bad for a first go ! We had a great time thank you very much Matthew (8) said he would recommend it to everyone. The best bit was that you could eat your hard work it was delicious 😋

  • Chelsey Chelsey

    Visit Tokyo's Tsukiji Market on a Private Tour

    Visit Tokyo's Tsukiji Market on a Private Tour The tour was amazing! Amazing value for an amazing price. The tour guide really caters the tour to what you are most interested in! We even got to see the inner market quickly which was a hectic but interesting experience. It was great to sample all the different kinds of food at the food market!

  • Sarah Sarah

    Private Tokyo Tsukiji Market Tour

    Private Tokyo Tsukiji Market Tour Kiyoshi was a good guide! He was responsive and gave clear meeting instructions. We were a little late but managed to catch the vegetable auction. It was interesting and not to be missed. He then brought us around the market, explaining how things work and pointing out to us interesting things that were being sold. We have never seen so many varieties of mushroom and it was eye-opening. We bought some things along the way at the outer market and went back for more shopping after the tour. The last part of the tour is to walk around the fish market seeing sellers chop and back tuna and etc.. Kiyoshi also took some photos of us, and they were great! The only thing that could be better is that it was sometimes a little hard to hear (it was noisy while walking) and understand him but we still learnt a lot. Thanks!