Explore the food culture of Tsukiji and Tsukishima

Explore the vibrant heart of Tokyo in Tsukiji and Tsukishima! From fresh seafood markets to traditional street food stalls, this tour takes you on a culinary journey through the rich flavors of Japan.

If you interested in the local food market and eat fresh Sushi and local food in a street, let add the Tsukiji  and Tsukishima tour around morning to afternoon.

In 1657, after the great fire of Edo era, this land was reclaimed, and a new samurai town was created. Then, many commerce stores flourished around the Samurai town.

After the Great Kanto Earthquake that occurred in 1923, the fish market that was around Nihonbashi moved to current Tsukiji area. Finally, Tsukiji food market was opened in 1935. There are 460 stores in this district now.

Our knowledgeable Local Guide Interpreters will introduce you to the hidden gems of Tsukiji and Tsukishima. Discover the best spots for sushi, seafood, and local delicacies!

Tour Spots Information

This tour visits two food town and historical site by walk.

Tsukiji Outer Market


We visit both of inner and outer market in Tsukiji. You can buy fresh food in the inner market and eat in the outer market. If you want to fresh fish, shellfish or meat, we can cook them at BBQ space on top of the market.

*BBQ is Option. Please request the BBQ space reservation, if you wanted to add the BBQ in your tour.

Inner Market

BBQ area placed upper floor of the inner market.

Tsukiji BBQ Terrace

Tsukiji Honganji

And you can see the Tsukiji Honganji Temple which is unlike any other temple’s architecture as looks Indian look next to the fish market. The temple rebuilt in 1679 at Tsukiji after burnt down in a fire in 1657 at Asakusa. In 1923, the temple was again destroyed by the Great Kanto Earthquaque, and in 1934, the temple rebuilt. The unique architecture designated like an Indian style with gorgeous pipe organ and stained grass inside of main worship. 6,000 people visit the temple every day.

Tsukiji Honganji Temple

Namiyoke shrine in Tsukiji market area is one of the stop places. Tsukiji is a town that was created by reclaiming land from the sea during the Edo period. It is said that the power of a god is at work in this development, and that shrines dedicated to that god are said to grant great wishes.

The Namiyoke shrine is the power spot based on strong power of successor.

Namiyoke Shrine

After visited the Tsukiji food market, tour visit the important historical shrine and Hamarikyu garden.  Hamarikyu garden made in Edo era by Tokugawa shogunate successors is famous for the only garden of tidal pond in Tokyo area. In 1952, it was designated as a national special scenic spot, including the sounding water surface and historic site.

Hamarikyu Garden

Tsukishima is the home of Monjayaki which is the local food like a Okonomiyaki in Osaka. Tsukishima monja street has over 80 restaurants of Monja. If you have yet to try monjayaki, Tsukishima Monja Street is worth a visit.

Monjayaki is made from a flour-based batter with cabbage and ginger combined with a selection of octopus, shrimp, cheese, and other toppings. Let’s try to cook and eat your own Monjayaki.

Tsukishima,Tsukuda area has some more food in a street, historical site and beautiful riverside view.

Tsukuda Historical spots
Sumida Riverside

Our guide will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel or any preferred place, allowing you to relax and enjoy yourself like a local without the stress of complicated public transport.
Your departure time and course contents will be arranged to suit your schedule.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with us by inquiry form.