Sushi-lover’s tour :Sushi Making and Explore Tsukiji Fish Market in the morning
- One-way subway transport to Tsukiji Fish Market (until 30.Sep)
- Sushi-making class
- Lunch (the sushi made at the class)
- Local guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Transportation after the sushi-making class
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Note: The tuna auction and inner market will not be visited on this tour
- During the sushi class, you may be placed in groups with Tokyo locals or other visitors
- No vegetarian option available and allergy-friendly options are not available.
- 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
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Near public transportation
- Infants must sit on laps
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Public transportation will be used to move around on this tour. When touring Tsukiji Outer Market, please watch out for forklifts and other vehicles driving about.
- The tour will proceed even in case of rain.
- The venue of the sushi-making workshop may be changed to Ginza after touring Tsukiji Outer Market. In this case, the itinerary will be: Tsukiji Outer Market (40 min); Tsukiji Station or Ginza-itchome Station; sushi-making workshop; and tour end at Ginza Station.
- As cutlery will be used, children under 6 years of age cannot participate.
- Pick up point will be change from1.Oct.2020. Please check your voucher.
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers
The Tsukiji Fish Market Tour was fun but very short. It was quite literally just walking through the market for maybe 10 minutes to get to the Sushi Making class without a lot of chances to stop and buy things. The class was very educational and the chef was very kind. Medium quality fish provided which doesn't exactly add up to the price of the experience. Would recommend just taking the trip to the market on your own time and just visiting a sushi restaurant nearby to watch a chef prepare high quality sushi.
This is well worth the money. They took us around the outside of the Fish Market. If you want to see inside, you will need to take a different tour. The tour guide pointed out booths with free samples and if you want to try a certain type of fish I tried sea urchin here they point out places that provide affordable portions. Next you go to Ginza and learn how to roll sushi. You make 2 rolls and about 8 pieces of sushi. I would say this is probably the best tour I've ever bought on Viator.
The sushi making was fun and the market trip was also interesting, however there is ALOT to eat after making all the sushi. We felt they could have fit the most interesting parts in in a shorter amount of time as there is always so much to see and do and fit in to your trip to Japan.
Had a fantastic time. The restaurant was really nice and enjoyed learning about sushi and trying to master it ourselves. Would definitely recommend.