Sushi The Name of the Game at Tsukiji
Join a sushi class and make Edo-style sushi
Visiting Tsukiji Outer Market and “Easy Sushi Making“
After having a good time at Tsukiji Outer Market, moving to a sushi class.
Experienced Sushi Chef/instructor will teach you how to make Nigiri (oval-shaped ) sushi.
Even though you are the beginners,you can make Edo-style sushi very easily.
Meet at Tsukiji information center, we begin with watching a show “A day in Tsukiji “featuring Tuna auctions, active Inner fish market ,etc.
Walk to Tsukiji outer market, your guide will show you around 400 shops,
where you can enjoy food tasting and shopping.
A sushi expert teaches you how to make “nigiri-zushi ”(hand rolled sushi).
(small rice ball with a slice of fish on top) and “maki-zushi” (hand rolled sushi).
You can enjoy your works for lunch.
|Tour fare JPY 14,000 (tax excluded).
Minimum No of people 2 persons
Age 6 years and older.
English speaking guide
Course Detail as follows
Tour fare ￥15,120 JPY per person.(tax included)
◆Looking for more Fun at Tsukiji?Come and get it !
By adding your favorite option to the regular tour, you can make Tsukiji guide tour more special and enjoyable.
If you want , please choose ‘your favorite option and let us know it when you apply for the tour.
＜Special Green tea experience＞
At the counter, you can drink powdered tea in easy way while eating Japanese sweets.
It is supposed to be after lunch.
＜Tasting of Japanese Sake(rice wine)＞
You can drink and compare 4 different sake (Ginjo,Futsushu,Honjozo,Junmai).
They are offered by the brewery named ‘Hakkaizan Tokyo branch of Niigata prefecture.
They will be served inside a sushi restaurant.
＜Tasting of Dashi (soup stock)＞
You can drink and compare several kinds of Dashi, sources of Japanese cooking ,
made from Katsuo (dried bonito) or Konbu(kelp).
Please enjoy subtle differences of Japanese dishes. You will have the souvenir too.
Explanation will be done by the master of ‘Kawanabe shouten’ the special shop of soup stocks in Tsukiji.
＜Tsukiji historical culture tour＞
You can visit various cultural sites of Tsukiji that date back to good old times
around Meiji period (1868-1912) or Taisho period(1912-1926) such as the first church in Tokyo,
the former site of US Legation, the birthplace of Christian universities,
the Manju (typical Japanese sweet) that is the oldest shop in Japan etc.