Cozy cafe overgrown with plants selling coffees and a delectable selection of ever-changing pastries.
Home to two giant lion heads for you to marvel at, this shrine sits just outside Tsukiji Market.
Tsuki to Shumai
Order a side of huge traditional Chinese dumplings with your set meals here. It’s worth it!
Not a fan of raw fish? Feast on a tasty grilled chicken rice bowl instead.
Fish Burger Masa
The only place in Tsukiji where you can have fresh fish in a burger!
Quality monjayaki croquettes with generous toppings. Go early or late to skip the queues.
Tamagoyaki specialty store offering sweet and savory options.
Hidden in a narrow alley, this modest 8 seater restaurant offers 3 kinds of omakase sushi courses.
Get your hands on some unique Japanese kitchenware and pottery pieces here.
Futuristic looking bar stocked with sake from all 47 prefectures.
Well-marinated chicken slices in a light-broth ramen, best enjoyed with a beer on the side.
Luxurious course meals with the finest seafood ingredients that are worth every penny.
Sake no Kachidoki
An iconic wooden circular entrance leads you into a liquor shop stocked with sake and regional craft spirits.
Sashimi, soba, and sake, take your pick here! It’s a local favorite spot for Tsukiji residents.
Authentic western-style loaves can be found in this bakery with a cute green exterior.
Fresh sushi made edo-style with red vinegar.
Little stand selling rich and indulgent cream puffs, with special seasonal flavors.
Alcohol store open throughout the day focusing on natural wines, with sake flights available for tasting.
Wine Stand 88
Shop hidden in a Tsukiji alley selling tantalizing wagyu beef sushi.
This 17th century temple is a sight impossible to miss from Tsukiji Station.