Tsukiji fish market is a renowned scenic spot which attracted a great deal of tourists in the past. If you want to try tuna sashimi, this is the place to do so. This bustling market gets more crowded on holidays and weekends. Here, I strongly recommend delicacies such as broiled river eel, tamagoyaki, Matsusaka beef, and hash browns.
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This sushi restaurant is the most popular store in Tsukiji, and is also a century-old store, I did not study Tokyo's cuisine too carefully, but online I have also seen other people recommend this store.
The small restaurant in Japan will adopt the family lineage system, like this sushi restaurant is the father-generation son of the grandson to run the generation.
The restaurant is on the outer edge of the Tsukiji market. When my navigation was almost out of power, I finally found it. It is also a fate to eat.
The area is not big, there are twelve seats. After entering the store, the elderly service staff will warmly help to enter the place. The chef who cooks sushi is greeting me, I am greeting. I don't know Japanese, but I guess I should ask what I want. I can only tell Sorry, and the chef has handed over the menu.
The chef will talk to them while doing sushi, but I dont understand it, but the atmosphere is very harmonious.
Soon, my sushi is also done one by one. I put one on each plate. The sashimi is fresh enough, the rice ball is soft and delicious, and I am not very keen on the Japanese. I also finished ten sushi before and after.
Every swallow a piece of sushi, I like to drink a bitter bitter tea, which is a different degree of fragrance, but the same is the satisfaction of entering the abdomen.
Address: Tsukiji 4-13-9, Chuo-ku (Tokyo Tsukiji Market Station, get off and walk)
Main: All kinds of sushi hand rolls
Per capita consumption: 120 yuan
Some people say: "The Tsukiji market is not the world's number one, but the world's only one," because one of the five fish caught in the world is traded here.
Unfortunately, on October 6, 2018, the Tsukiji market, which has been in operation for nearly 83 years, officially closed.
I am saddened to hear this news. In other words, I can't see the tuna auction on the spot. I can't see the small yellow car in the shuttle market. I can't line up with the locals at the sushi and Yamato. You can't eat a bowl of fresh seafood.
Although most of the merchants in the Tsukiji market have only moved to the Toyosu market a few kilometers away, everything has been reminiscent. I still miss the temperature of the old Tsukiji market, and the bustling alleys are filled with aroma.
If you don't feel the enthusiasm of the people of the world for Japanese cuisine in Tokyo's Tsukiji market, people are also obsessed with long queues, allowing pedestrians coming and going. The sushi is a kind of preserved fish. In the way, apply salt to the fish, press it with gravity, and let it ferment naturally. Look at the sushi in the second world, and you must not miss the most authentic Japanese traditional food.
Tsukiji Fish Market was the largest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. It was also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind. Located near the waterfront in Tokyo’s Chuo ward, the wholesale market was famous for the quantity and variety of products moving through on a daily basis. Due to space constraints, there was a long standing desire to move the market’s wholesale operations to a different location, which was finally accomplished in late 2018. Despite no longer having the same level of activity, Tsukiji Fish Market is still immensely popular as the many retail shops and restaurants remain. Visitors will often wait in long lines for the chance to sample exquisitely fresh seafood.