- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Lunch included
- Hotel pickup included
The market is split into the inner market, the wholesale portion that is restricted to visitors, and the outer market, the retail portion that features food stands, restaurants and shops selling Japanese kitchen tools. With your guide, stay in the outer market for about 45 minutes to explore the many stalls packed with exotic seafood and learn about the types of fish you’ll work with at your cooking class.
Next, your tour continues at a popular sushi restaurant for your sushi-making class. This cooking school is popular with both locals and visitors, and your guide will translate your teacher’s instructions.
Learn the art of making sushi — both rolls and nigiri — before sitting down to enjoy your creations for lunch.
Your tour concludes at the entrance to Tsukiji Station, where your guide can direct you to your preferred location.
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Pickup is available at the following select hotels/locations in Tokyo:
ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Cerulean Tower Tokyu, Courtyard by Marriot Tokyo Ginza, Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal, Hyatt Regency, Keio Plaza Hotel, Metropolitan Tokyo in Ikebukuro, New Sanno, Tokyo Dome Hotel, New Otani Tokyo, and Tokyo Station
- 7:40am from Cerulean Tower Tokyu and Metropolitan Tokyo (Ikebukuro)
- 7:50am from New Otani Tokyo
- 8:05am from Hyatt Regency, New Sanno and Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo
- 8:15am from Courtyard by Marriot Tokyo Ginza and Tokyo Station
- 8:20am from Tokyo Dome and ANA InterContinental Tokyo
- 8:40am from Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, you must contact the local service provider to verify your exact pickup time.
Tour concludes at Tsukiji Station
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Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo
- One-way subway transport to Tsukiji Fish Market
- Sushi-making class, including lunch
- Local guide
- Hotel pickup (select hotels only)
- Hotel drop-off
- Hotel pickup, unless specified
- Transportation after the sushi-making class
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Note: The fish market tuna auction is not included on this tour
- During the sushi class, you may be placed in groups with Tokyo locals or other visitors
- The location of the sushi class may be changed to Ginza; in this case, you will take public transportation to Ginza with your guide, and the tour will end in Ginza after the class
- Pickup is only available from select locations in Tokyo. Please refer to “Departure Point” for listed locations
- Please note: Make sure you select the correct pickup location at checkout, as failure to appear at the pickup location at the scheduled time and location may result in a cancellation of your reservation with no refund
- If your hotel is not listed, please select Hamamatsucho Bus Station at checkout and wait for your bus there by the scheduled time on your day of travel
If you cancel between 3 and 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.
If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
Reviewed by: Brian G, October 2016
It was a very interesting trip to say the least and the tour guide Yokiko spoke flawless English and she was very knowledgeable of the city and the history of the various parts of the tour! I received much individual attention during this guided tour.
Reviewed by: Mallory T, October 2016
This was so much fun and I highly recommend it! It was one of the highlights of our time in Tokyo. The sushi making class definitely gives a variety of fish and types of sushi to try as well. As soon as the class was over, my boyfriend and I went straight back to Tsukiji and purchased our own authentic sushi kits from the boards they used, sauce bowls, bamboo rolls, etc. The market is crowded, but the hustle of the atmosphere is invigorating and a true sight to see!