Join the ultimate sushi lover’s tour to visit the world’s largest and most famous fish market – Tsukiji Fish Market – and try your hand at making sushi.
Learn how to make different sushi and eat them for lunch.
- 4.5 hour sushi lovers tour of Tokyo
- Guided outer area tour of Tsukiji Fish Market, the world’s largest seafood market
- Learn to make nigiri and maki rolls from a sushi chef
- Hands-on experience with locals
- Enjoy your sushi creations for lunch
- Popular Tour – very limited space available
Learn how to make authentic Japanese sushi from a master sushi chef in Tokyo. During this unforgettable private lesson, you’ll get a full picture of what it’s like to be a sushi chef as you work behind the sushi counter, wearing an actual chef’s uniform, at a famous Tsukiji restaurant established more than 90 years ago! Enjoy your creations for lunch (plus a couple of pieces made by the master chef) while listening to sushi secrets, conveniently translated by a fluent guide. You even get to keep the chef’s uniform and a few other souvenirs.
Sushi is one of the most popular Japanese foods for foreigners. It’s easy to eat, but it can be difficult to make. During this tour, you can learn how to make sushi from a professional sushi master. To be a sushi master, you have to practice for more than 10 years, but in this workshop, you will learn the simple in’s and out’s of making sushi, so you can make delicious sushi by yourself!
Enjoy this workshop where you will be presented with a whole fish and learn the process of cutting it so that it can be eaten as sashimi. At the end of class you will eat what we have prepared. All fish that you will be using are of a high-quality and are caught the same morning, so that their freshness is ensured.
Tsukiji fish market is the biggest seafood market in the world. Food of the highest quality is gathered from all over the world, not only fish, but also vegetables, fruits and other delicacies. This food tour starts in Tsukiji fish market, where you will be able to walk through the inner and outer markets and taste many Japanese foods such as fresh oysters, sushi, omelettes and more!
Afterwards, you will move to Asakusa, the most traditional town in Tokyo, and go to a traditional cafe with Japanese sweets. On this tour, you will learn the Japanese culture through Japanese food like locals do!
Start the tour with a visit to Tsukiji Shijo, the world’s biggest fish market, followed by a unique sushi making experience. Then continue on to Asakusa, an old-day pleasure district once filled with gangsters, geisha and artists. Asakusa is also a home to the city’s oldest Buddhist temple, Sensoji. You will begin to see a start contrast between the old and the new with Tokyo Skytree, the city’s newest landmark in the background.