Old Tsukiji Fish Market Tour and Sushi Roll Class


Book this exciting combo tour to experience both Tsukiji Fish Market and Japanese "washoku" cooking! If you are looking for something more than just eating delicious Japanese cuisine during your stay in Japan, come and join us now!


  • Explore Japanese cooking during a course at one of Asia's largest gourmet cooking schools
  • Explore Japanese culinary traditions during this combination Tsukiji Outer Fish Market walking tour and cooking lesson
  • Learn to prepare 'washoku' dishes, a Japanese cooking style that emphasizes homemade, traditional techniques
  • Receive some nice gift and your certificate to take back home!

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Important Information

*Important Notes* - Tuna Auction watching is not included. - NO tour of inner fish market *Notes* - Req. to Run Tour: 2 guest(s) - Adult pricing applies to all travelers - Minimum age is 9 years - Minimum height is 130 cm (4.2 ft) - Casual clothing and Comfortable shoes are strongly recommended - This tour is both available for group and private (see the options). Please note that private lesson includes a private instructor, but not a private studio. - We may publish photos taken during the activity onto our website, social network service and any advertisement.


- - - - Tour Overview - - - - Experience both Tsukiji Outer Fish Market and a Japanese cooking lesson. Wander through the world’s largest fish market, soak up the local atmosphere, and take some photographs of the freshest ingredients. Then, earn how to cook authentic Japanese meals at the largest cooking school in Japan. Finish your experience by enjoying your creations for lunch with a menu recipe and a certificate to take back home. - - - - What to Expect - - - - - Meet your local guide at Tsukiji Honganji Temple at your designated time and get ready to start off with a walking tour of the world famous Tsukiji Fish Market (approx. 1 hour). You will explore all things local as you twist and turn through the bustling alleyways full of artisan crafts, gastronomic delights and seafood fresh from the early morning's catch. Not only will your guide inform you of the market’s long history, but also why many of Japan’s top chefs continue to make the daily pilgrimage for the freshest ingredients of the highest quality. You never know what you might find as you stroll past the stalls of what locals describe as "Tokyo's Stomach";We encourage all guests to be adventurous and try as many things as they would like. Our guides will help you make purchases or find desired items to the best of their abilities! - - - - Cooking Menu - - - - - Rolled Sushi, Temari Sushi, Egg Omelet, Miso soup

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