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Stop At: The Tsukiji Market, 5-2-1, Tsukiji, Chuo 104-0045 Tokyo Prefecture
This tour is a Sushi workshop and a walking tour of the Tsukiji Fish Market. This market is the world's biggest seafood market.
Before doing your Sushi workshop, you will learn about Japanese foods at Tsukiji area. There are many different kinds of Japanese foods and they may be difficult to understand.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Tsukiji Fish Market, 4-14-2, Tsukiji, Chuo 104-0045 Tokyo Prefecture
Following the walking tour, you will learn to make your own Sushi. Even though it takes more than 10 years practice to become a Sushi master, you will have a chance to be taught how to expertly prepare Nigiri by a Sushi master.
The itinerary is as follows:
8:30am - Meetup at Tsukiji Honganji Temple
8:30am to 10am - Explore the Tsukiji outer market (Learn what's Japanese food)
10am to 11:00am - Explore the Tsukiji Uogashi wholesale market and move to Sushi workshop
11am to 12am - Sushi making workshop
12am to 12:30am - Lunch (taste your handmade sushi)
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Tsukiji Jogai Market, 4-16-2, Tsukiji, Chuo 104-0045 Tokyo Prefecture
We explore huge market
Duration: 2 hours
Pass By: Ginza, Chuo 104-0061 Tokyo Prefecture
We will make Sushi at Ginza restaurant.
Pass By: Ginza Itoya Hontren, 2-7-15, Ginza, Chuo 104-0061 Tokyo Prefecture
We will make sushi very close from here.
Shin-ohashi-dori Avenue, Shin-ohashi-dori Ave, 3-chōme-15 Tsukiji, Chuo City, Tōkyō-to 104-0045, Japan
If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.
If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
Our guide Yoshino is very good. Knowledgeable, thoughtful and gave us a lot of information about the different local food. She was very patient with all our questions. We highly recommend her as a guide for the Tsukiji market tour. The sushi making class was also very good. The chef was a good teacher and the food was good.
Why this experience is well worth it:
1. My guide was amazing. She is knowledgeable and very enthusiastic.
2. We got to make sushi! At a sushi restaurant!
3. This experience blends culture, food, cooking and eating. What more can you ask for? :)))
Tak was a great guide and was very informative about the fish market, how the fish was used and also general facts about Japanese culture.
I booked this tour because I thought it would be a great combination and a fun activity to do with other people. I often travel alone and it’s nice to occasionally have some interactive time. Our guide, NAOKO, did a fantastic job explaining various items in the market, taking us to some interesting stalls we might have otherwise missed and explaining not only the foods we were tasting but also their cultural significance. There were a couple of kids on the trip and she also worked to engage them and keep their interest. We stopped at the local Shinto shrine for a quick cultural lesson. I think it would be easy to miss, so I was glad Naoko took the time to take us there.
The sushi lesson was fun and just challenging enough! I enjoy cooking so I now feel a little more confidence possibly trying this out at home. Plus, we ended up having a pretty large lunch as part of the package and, yes, we ate our own creations.
I think the only think I might has liked to do is possibly try a few of the items for sale at the market stalls (I’m looking at you unagi!). But, I can also understand how that might interrupt the flow and slow us down.
Thank you for keeping the group relatively small—we were seven. So it never felt like a huge challenge keeping everyone together.
Thanks Naoko! ありがとうございます😊
this experience was amazing, our guide Yoshino was knowledgable, nice and ensured she covered all aspects of the market. followed by an awesome sushi class where the chef and guide gave us a memorable experience.
We've done a lot of tours all over the world, so we can absolutely say this one is one of the best! We had Sachimi which was the sweetest, most wonderful and intelligent person ever! Somehow we ended up with just her (my husband and I) so it was like a a private tours! Tsukiji Fish Market is a MUST SEE when visiting Tokyo. All the delicious food stalls and sights and smells were ones to remember. We ate so much food! The inner market has moved to another location but there is still so much to eat and taste. We actually lucked out -- someone had a bought a $10,000 tuna and ended up cutting it live in the inner market! This isn't common, but we had really good timing. The sushi making class was in Ginza in a beautiful under ground restaurant -- we got to sit in a traditional-style private room and watched as the chef cut up sushi in front of us! We had the best time. Thank you Sachimi!
This tour and cooking class was so informative and a lot of fun too! I had my own private guide and she answered all of my questions, even a lot I had about japanese culture in general and where off topic! She also told me about a few recipes while wandering around Tsukiji market. From there on we went to a very cute japanese restaurant where a very nice sushi chef teached me and another group how to make sushi. The meal was so huge and it was a very fun experience. After we finished, everyone got a certificate and the recipe with all of the instructions so you can also make sushi at home. I had an amazing time, I definetly recommend this to everyone who is interested in japanese cooking and Food in general!
Very good guide for the visit of the marketplace and very good sushi master pour the sushi lesson. Very good experience
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!
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.
Sushi is one of the most popular Japanese food for foreigners. It's easy to eat, but it can be difficult to make. During this tour, you can learn how to make sushi from a professional Sushi master. To be a Sushi master, you have to practice for more than 10 years, but in this workshop, you will learn the simple ins and outs of making Sushi so you can make delicious Sushi yourself. Before the workshop, you will explore the world's biggest and most famous fish market and learn about Japanese food.