Sushi breakfast at Tsukiji

Sushi breakfast at Tsukiji

Try the world's freshest sushi for breakfast at Tokyo's famous fish market.

Nothing in the world is quite like Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market. This is the embodiment of organised chaos: miniature trucks race to and fro laden with all manner of products from boxes of prawns to giant slabs of tuna; unintelligible auctioneers shout the latest prices as the day's catch is sold off to the market wholesalers; chefs from across the city scurry from stall to stall, inspecting the goods and choosing the best for that day's menu. Yet amidst the madness it's abundantly clear that everyone has their role and knows their job backwards. A visit to Tsukiji is one of the experiences to be had in Tokyo.

Sadly in recent years the market has begun to struggle against competition from supermarkets and discount retailers. This has a knock-on effect for the many small, family owned restaurants and stalls within the market which rely on the market visitors for their living. In order to assist the market in some way, InsideJapan Tours are pleased to be able to offer a voucher for a set menu sushi breakfast at our favourite Tsukiji restaurant. As well as giving our customers the chance to enjoy the best sushi in Japan, we are delighted to be able to put a little something back into this unique and fascinating corner of Tokyo.

Sushi breakfast at Tsukiji

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