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Fusazushi serves up delicious sushi fresh off the boat at Kobe City Central Wholesale Market.
When you go to Tokyo's fish market, you surely don’t just want to look at things, but you want to try the sushi coming directly from the market, right? Where else if not
Eat in a beautifully decorated mansion in a convenient Kyoto garden location with Geisha discovery days
Owned by a major fish and seafood wholesaler based out of Tsukiji, the focus of this izakaya is, perhaps not surprisingly, very much on fish and seafood. Their motto is: "An izakaya & sushi restaurant that only has good fish." No surprise. The selection of fish on offer is always excellent. If you are looking to enjoy fresh fish, raw or cooked in all fashions, it is definitely worth checking out.
I think I may have found a little bit of heaven, tucked in the streets of Umegaoka in Setagaya-ku: Sushi no Midori Sohonten, introduced by one of my foodie friends.
Kurobatei Restaurant at Misaki Port is famous for the grilled whole-head maguro tuna. Misaki is located at the mouth of Tokyo Bay in Miura Peninsula, Kanagawa Prefecture, and is a great alternative to Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market.
If you’re still jet lagged from the flight and looking for a satisfying non-sushi breakfast while visiting the Tsukiji market, check out Toyo-chan.
Try the freshest sushi and sashimi, hand made before your eyes at the counter at this local eatery in the working town of Tsukiji.