Tsukiji Outer Market Tour & Tokyo Sake Tasting w/ Sommelier

Tsukiji Outer Market Tour & Tokyo Sake Tasting w/ Sommelier

Tsukiji Outer Market Tour & Tokyo Sake Tasting w/ Sommelier


Discover the best of Tsukiji Outer Market with a local food and drink expert. Book this sake-tasting and walking food tour, explore a local market, then enjoy unlimited sake tastings at a private salon with a sake sommelier!


  • Pray at Hongwanji Temple, explore Tsukiji Outer Market and try sake with a local
  • Get local knowledge from an expert food and sake guide during your tour
  • Bring the kids along for a fun experience of Japan's food culture in Tsukiji

Key Information


Do it all in an afternoon on a unique tour in Tsukiji, exploring Japan's food and sake culture. Learn to pray like a local at Tsukiji Hongwanji Temple, discover interesting foods at Tsukiji Outer Market, then finish off with an extensive sake tasting experience at a local salon — with a sake sommelier! Meet your local guide in front of Tsukiji Hongwanji Temple before entering the temple to learn how to pray. Begin your walking tour as you head to Tsukiji Outer Market. hear interesting stores inside the market with guidance from your local food expert, and choose to buy some local produce to try for yourself. After touring the market, move on to a private salon for a fun sake-tasting experience in Tsukiji. Find your favorite as you sample different sakes from around Japan and its many breweries. Your sake expert will share their knowledge about the brewery, history, and story of each bottle before sampling. Just like wine and beer, not all sake tastes the same and with 50 to 60 different types on offer, you can experience a wide range of flavors. Your sake-tasting experience includes unlimited tastings. There are snacks available during the tasting session, to enhance the flavor of the different sakes. You'll also try the brewed beverage at different temperatures and taste how the flavor changes. For kids, soft drinks and tea and snacks will be provided. The tour ends at Tsukiji sake salon, only a few minutes away from either Tsukiji station or Shintomicho station.