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Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market Tour with Japanese Cooking Class

Highlights
  • A guide will help you navigate the labyrinth of Tsukiji Outer Fish Market
  • No translation difficulties—you’ll have an English-speaking guide
  • Learn to make sushi at one of the largest gourmet cooking schools in Asia
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Tokyo Tsukiji Outer Market Walking Tour and Rolled Sushi Class
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AM: 9:30am-12:30pmMost Popular
Approx. 80 min tour of Outer Market and Namiyoke Shrine. NO tour of Inner Market. Followed by a Sushi Roll Class. Total Time: 3 hrs.
US$89.04
PM: 12:30pm-15:30pm
Approx. 80 min tour of Outer Market and Namiyoke Shrine. NO tour of Inner Market. Followed by a Sushi Roll Class. Total Time: 3 hrs.
US$89.04
Exclusive Private Tour
Just-for-you Private Tour (1 to 6 persons). Please select AM or PM after your booking will be confirmed. Great option for honeymooners and family travelers! *PLEASE SELECT 1 PERSON at check out.
US$545.12
Overview

Discover the wonders of Japanese seafood on this walking tour and sushi class. Tsukiji Outer Fish Market is huge and can be difficult to navigate, but you won’t have any problems with your guide handling navigation and language issues. This tour has the ingredients for a hassle-free day, with transportation, food, a drink, and cooking-class equipment all included. 

What to Expect

Your Tokyo walking tour and sushi class begins by meeting your guide at a location near Tsukiji Outer Fish Market. Enter the market, and see the huge variety of fresh fish and seafood on offer—from sea urchin to crab, octopus, and giant tuna. It’s a real feast for the senses, and of course there will be samples along the way.

Next, you'll head to local shops to learn about Japanese kitchen tools and accompaniments, followed by visit to a shrine (time permitting).

The tour progresses to a cooking class at one of the largest culinary schools in Asia, where you’ll learn washoku recipes (traditional cooking). Dishes usually include a sushi roll, a Japanese omelet, and side dishes. You'll then enjoy the meal you've made, accompanied by your choice of plum sake, wine, or soft drinks.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago
A great activity in Tokyo

Naomi is a great tour guide. She is kind, accommodating and very professional. I really enjoyed the market walking tour, although the weather is not that good at that time but the experience is indeed a great memory to remember. Worth the walk :) The...More

Thank estefon4
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Great Experience! One of the best things we did

My wife and I had a great time on the tour today. The market was cool to see and walk around. Our tour guide, Naomi, took us to a wide variety of shops and let us sample. She never pushed us to buy anything which...More

Thank Thomas S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Highly recommend this - Mom and daughter

I really love this experiential tour especially for my mother who loves going to market places, see things being sold and learning about food. First, we were late for 10 minutes but they waited for us. Thus, make sure to arrive early coz google maps...More

Thank Sepmorn
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
It’s a great tour!

It’s so much fun to have a Tsukiji fish market walking tour with Naomi and May, we are so lucky to have the opportunity before the market moves in October 2018. We highly suggest this tour!

Thank Esther C
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile
Excellent!!!

Highly recommend this tour. We learned so much about the Tsukiji market and sushi making. Lots of food and sake offered. The guides and chef’s were so friendly and helpful. Excellent tour!!

Thank Jennifer F
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Ngsming
20 May 2018|
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Response from Scott C | Reviewed this property |
Sure he can join but he may not be able to participate in the sushi making class part of the activity. You should email the tour company and check.
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mimicincy2018
10 May 2018|
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Response from annescooper | Reviewed this property |
I would estimate the distance walked on this tour is about 3 city blocks. The fish market area has narrow wet walking pavements. The cooking class could give her a chair if needed. It’s a fun tour and class!
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