25 reviews of Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Reviewed by Emma K, United Kingdom, April 2010
Reviewed by Anonymous, April 2009
Reviewed by Annielim, October 2011
This was a great experience although I'm not sure why it is so expensive. Still, I wouldn't have missed it for the world. Learning to make Japanese omelette, sushi and California roll then eating them all was a really memorable experience. The chef was good humoured and encouraging and the food was the best sushi I've ever tasted! ( thanks to the beautiful fresh ingredients). The female assistant was also fantastic.
Reviewed by Daniel B, May 2012
This should just be called the Sushi Making Class. The guide dropped us off outside of Tsukiji Market and left to us on the corner and were told to meet her back there at 9:00am. There was no tour of Tsukiji Market. However the Sushi Class was great I highly recommend that!
Reviewed by Julie W, October 2010
Reviewed by Lana H, Australia, May 2010
Reviewed by Lawrence Y, January 2013
It was great experience to take a sushi making class however I would like to make a note that the tour did not include the Tsukiji Fish market tour as we expected. It was very short walk through outer side of the market where you really do not see the excitement of the buyers and sellers in the market itself. I wish this tour described that in advance so you know what to anticipate. Otherwise the tour guide was very funny and enthusiastic lady that made our tour memorable and unforgettable.
Reviewed by Katharina M, October 2012
Not what i expected as you don't get to see the real fishmarket but basically the part of the market where every private person can buy and go, more a wet market tour with vegetable, fruit, meat and fish. for this price way too overpriced and expensive. And also for my purpose of wanting to see the fishmarket disappointing. 3 different sushis were made and sashimi with cleaning and fileting of a whole fish that was awesome.
Reviewed by Andrew O, June 2012
Sushi makig was great, but fish market tour was a total bust as tour guide cannot actually tour you around the fish market nor do they have any real knowledge about the fish and market. The fish market tour was misrepresentated. Also, the tour guide could not be heard due to all the noise on subway, street and in general.
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