Timings : Outer Market: 5:00 - 14:00, Wholesale Area: After 9:00 and Tuna Auction: 5:25 - 6:15. It is closed on Sundays, National holidays and a few weeks spanning the New Year.
Entry Fee : Free
Tsukiji Market is the busiest wholesale market in Japan, located in Central Tokyo, for fresh fruits, vegetables, and specially- every kind of seafood.
The main attraction of the Tsukiji Market is the sight of fresh produce and the atmosphere of fast business, with a tuna auction and the activity of the wholesale producers. The market is divided into an inner and outer part, and tourists are mostly encouraged to explore the outer market, where they are less likely to interfere with business. There are certain rules to be followed before entering the market, which include not touching any produce, not bringing small children or wearing heels and uncomfortable shoes. Tourists may conclude the visit with freshly made sushi and sashimi for breakfast or lunch, with the high quality produce found at Tsukiji.
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