Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour with Guide: World's Largest Fish Market

$ 80.11 / AED 294 per person


  • Explore the famous Tsukiji’s outer market- the fishiest place in Tokyo!
  • Soak in the tastes, smells and sights of the world’s largest fish market
  • Tantalize your taste buds with some fresh, tasty snacks from the vibrant food stalls
  • Relish a Japanese sake, a local favourite!
  • Shop from some of the best craft and souvenir shops
  • Smartphone voucher accepted – no need to print!

Activity Schedule



Explore Tokyo’s kitchen through a guided tour on a gastronomical journey and soak in the tastes, smells and sights of the world’s largest fish market.

Start your day with the most delicious sushi breakfast one can hope for, at the Tsukiji’s outer market which has a bevy of lively and vibrant food stalls and retail shops. With over 2,500 tons and 450 types of fish coming through the market daily, you are bound to come across some foods and fish that you have never seen before. Savour some of the unusual snacks available here. Tsukiji surely promises to be an unforgettable experience!

Discover and learn about the vendors who work here and round off the morning with a Japanese sake tasting to whet your appetite.

Enjoy live commentary on the history of the market, all the different seafoods on offer, the legendary tuna auction (not included in the tour) and what a typical day is like for all the vendors who work inside the inner markets. We’ll stop to sample a couple of fresh foods, and you’re free to try any additional snacks at your own expense that may catch your eye or make you drool. Of course, it can be difficult to know where to start so your guide can point out some recommendations as well.

Discover the best craft and souvenir shops and meet the vendors behind the counter.


  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Tour of outer market
  • 2 popular snacks, sake tasting


  • Additional food and drinks
  • Souvenirs
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Gratuities

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