Toyosu Fish Market opened on October 11, 2018 on the man-made island
of Toyosu in the Bay of Tokyo. It took over the business from the
aging Tsukiji Market and provides tourists with an opportunity to
observe the market action and to dine at restaurants across its large,
The huge wholesale market consists of three main buildings: two
buildings for seafood and one for fruits and vegetables. All buildings
are connected with each other and Shijo-mae Station via walkways, and
tourists can enter them along dedicated routes and view the action
from observation decks that look onto the auction and wholesale halls
for tuna, other seafood and produce.
Several restaurants can be found in multiple locations across the
market, many of which serve fresh seafood and produce directly from
the market. There is also a collection of shops, named Uogashi
Yokocho, open to the public where non-perishable industry goods like
knives and apparel are sold.
On the roof of the seafood wholesale building sits a spacious and
pleasant rooftop garden that is open to the public and faces the bay.
The Fish Market is open from 5am - 5pm, is closed on Sundays & its
free to get in.
Why not call 24 Limousine and let one of our sales team plan the
ultimate day out at the Fish Market. Get driven to & from the The Fish
market by one of our professional, English speaking Chauffeurs who can
fill you in on the rich history of Japan's largest Seafood Markets.
Plenty of room in the boot if you decide to bring home the Catch Of
The Day !