A Japanese treat called Ichigo Daifuku is this store's specialty. Ichigo is Japanese for strawberry and Daifuku is a mochi treat usually filled with anko, a red bean paste, but here a strawberry is added. Literally translated, the kanji for Daifuku mean "great
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Named for the fishmongers' trucks used to ferry produce around Tsukiji Market, Turret Coffee is a third-wave coffee shop a minute's walk from Tsukiji subway station.
This shop is known for the high-quality chef's knives they have on offer. All knives are hand-crafted and made with great care and attention to detail. The staff in the shop will gladly help visitors pick a knife that fits their needs in the kitchen. As most o
Located a 5-minute walk from Tsukiji Market, this established restaurant sources its fish daily from the famous fish market. Visitors for the main and basement levels are seated at the bar and served directly by a sushi chef. The menu includes individual items
Tsukiji Suzuki is a traditional style Japanese restaurant achieved a Michelin star in 2013.
Opened in 1938, this family-owned nori (dried seaweed) shop is at the heart of Tsukiji's outer market. Tomoyoshi Ugai, the 3rd-generation owner, is a friendly man who can use basic English to explain the different types of nori, processing methods, food pairin
This Japanese restaurant specializes in Tamagoyaki, which is a type of Japanese omelette. In Japanese, "tamago" means egg and "yaki" is to fry. Tsukiji Shouro has a long history of operation, that dates back to even before the establishment of the Tsukiji Mark
Located in the Iwamoto Building at Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market, this crockery shop has over 5,000 reasonably priced pieces of china, porcelain and glassware.
Nambaratei is a tiny standing-room-only restaurant that specializes in *oyakodon* (rice bowl with chicken and egg).
This shop sells handmade onigiri, balls of rice filled with savory ingredients like tuna, natto (fermented beans), salmon and more. Onigiri are the quintessential comfort food in Japan and factory-made onigiri can be purchased on nearly every corner. Marutoyo
Centrally located in the Tsukiji Fish Market area, Business Hotel Ban is a 3-minute walk from Tsukiji Subway Station and a 10-minute walk from Ginza shopping district.
Located within a 5-minute walk from Higashi-Ginza and Tsukiji Subway Stations, Tokyu Stay Tukiji offers modern accommodation with free property-wide WiFi.
Opening in January 2015, First Cabin Tsukiji is ideally located just a 1-minute walk from Tsukiji Subway Station and a 5-minute walk from popular Tsukiji Fish Market. It offers unique capsule rooms for both male and female guests.