Trying out some great street food in the world’s biggest fish market!
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Tsukiji Market, located in the Chuo Ward of Tokyo, right next to the fancy district of Ginza, is mostly known for it hosting the famous Tuna Auctions in the morning, attracting millions of tourists every year. However that’s not why we are there today.

The market is also a PARADISE for street food! With hundreds of little shops & restaurants selling a variety of foods from Tamagoyaki to sushi or even Wagyu Beef, you can definitely find something you’ll like there.

The market is actually divided into two very distinct zones, the inner and outer market. The inner market is where the tuna auctions happens around 5:50AM, but apart from the auction, access for tourists is restricted until 9:00AM.
Then you have the outer market where you can roam freely, try out different kinds of delicious foods and beverages, and more.

If you are looking to come to the market, it is easily accessible by subway with the Hibiya Line to Tsukiji Station, then a 5 minute walk from the station to the market.

Be careful to check the calendar of the inner market on their official site so that you come on a day where it is closed.
The market is free of access.

Here is a list of the things we tried at the outside market:
• TUNA SUSHI (2000¥)
• GRILLED IKA (500¥)

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