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Tsukiji Fish Market Visit with Sushi Making Experience

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Chūō-ku, Japan
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4 hours (Approx.)
Mobile ticket
Offered in: English and 2 more

Overview

Take a closer look at the fascinating world of sushi, extending from the ocean to your plate, during this 4-hour sushi-making class and a visit to the outer Tsukiji fish market. Tour one of the world’s largest seafood markets with a guide as you learn how fish is caught, distributed, and sold. Then turn your attention to sushi-making, learning to prepare nigiri sushi with the help of a sushi master. Finish your experience by enjoying your creations for lunch.
  • Visit the outer Tsukiji fish market, followed by a introductory course in sushi-making
  • Explore one of the world's largest seafood markets, learning about how products are caught, distributed, and sold
  • Learn the art of sushi-making from a sushi master, enjoying your creations for lunch
  • Gain new insight into Japan's intimate relationship with seafood
  • Great way to learn about Japanese cuisine and sushi culture
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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I am a vegetarian / I have allergies / I am gluten or lacto free.
A:
Just let us know any dietary requirements in the 'Special Requirements' box in the Traveler Details section during checkout. Or you can let us know after booking by visiting 'Manage my Booking' and emailing us there.
2019 Jul
Q:
What do we need to wear?
A:
Please come with comfortable walking shoes as this tour is mainly a walking tour.
2019 Jul
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Where is the meeting point?
A:
The meeting point for this tour is the main gate of Tsukiji Honganji-Temple.
2019 Jul

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Reviews

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Great Experience!
hollyf72019
, Jul 2019
A favorite tour in Tokyo! Our tour guide gave us wonderful insider information to offerings at the Fish Market. We sampled interesting local fare and were given insightful information. The sushi class was lots of fun and we felt very comfortable. Highly recommend!
Excellent!
Nicole7662
, Jun 2019
My friend and I really enjoyed our experience. The Fish Market was demystified by our guide. We had explored the Fish Market a few days earlier and were clueless about many of the items. We left the fish market with a much clearer understanding.
If you love seafood you need to go!
David N
, Jun 2019
A great experience and well worth the money. Our guide was Eri was very knowledgeable and welcoming. The market tour was really fun, you get to try a few different Japanese snacks and see a variety of different different foods. The sushi experience was good fun. A passionate and friendly sushi chef who didn't speak English (Eri translated) this actually made it more authentic. The quality of the fish was pretty good. I was stuffed after we ate lunch, so a light breakfast is recommended. It is definitely an experience, rather than a cooking class.
Fabulous Tour!
metzmom
, May 2019
Thanks to our guide Skip for a wonderful tour through the market. Then to sushi making class, which was fabulous. They were extremely accommodating too with some dietary restrictions and dislikes. Delicious and fun day!
Best is the cooking class. Great fun
hedwig99157
, Apr 2019
We liked the tour guide and nice small group for both. Cooking class and market tour. Timing is artificially long.
Food, Culture and Fantastic Fun
Fearless49081575947
, Mar 2019
Tak, our guide, enriched our knowledge of the Japanese food culture and the history of the fish market. The sushi class was awesome. Arigato Tak for the memories.
An interesting and informative tour of...
Archimedes
, Sep 2018
An interesting and informative tour of the area around Tsukiji Fish Market. Unfortunately, the walk around which used to be part of this tour is no longer possible as, at present, the outer market can no longer be visited until later in the morning and the tour, to fit everything in, starts quite early. However, there are still many interesting places to visit in the public market outside. The tour guide was informative, friendly, and helpful. After the market visit, the tour moves on to the sushi making course which is excellent and solved the puzzle as to how these items are made. We will certainly try it at home now. Afterwards, we ate our creations which more than adequately served as our lunch. We would have given this 5 stars but have reduced it to 4 due to the more limited tour of the outer market, arising due to recently implemented Tsukiji Market restrictions. However, the same restrictions will surely affect all such tours. As an introduction to Tsukiji Market and sushi making we found it to be most interesting and excellent fun.
This tour was extremely...
Cynthia A
, Apr 2018
This tour was extremely well-organized. The sushi making experience was great. One of my favorite tour pics remains me wearing my sushi chef robe. You also get a certificate at the end of this class. Official bragging rights on sushi making skills there.
This was a fantastic tour. Touring...
Michelle S
, Apr 2018
This was a fantastic tour. Touring the outer fish market was fascinating and the kids really enjoyed sampling various items from the different stores. The crab soup and wasabi nori were definite winners. The sushi making was heaps of fun. Our sushi master was very funny and very patient with our kids. We got to make various kinds of sushi. The best part was eating it for our lunch, although we couldn't finish it because there was so much food. Very highly recommend this tour.
Touring the outer market, you could...
minstrel24
, Apr 2018
Touring the outer market, you could see the variety of food and snacks that the Japanese culture offers. Though with the limited time, you cannot just casually queue for the good eats there which is a minor difficulty. The inner market offers a view into what really goes on behind the kitchen, food preparation. And the fruit market, gives a glance into the large variety and quantity of food that goes through Tokyo in a day. Onto the Sushi Making, it was fun and detailed, the ingredients fresh and delicious. The chef in charge of the demonstration was very lively and you could just get caught up in the atmosphere and mood.

Product code: 21490P4

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