Flames spread through the world’s most famous place to eat raw fish.
The generous servings of dried bonito flakes lift this dish to the next level.
It may not be as famous, but it’s actually the only seafood-exclusive wholesale market in Tokyo.
Motifs and ingredients connect with Japanese culture’s appreciation of all four seasons.
If only we lived in Tsukiji…
Yoshinoya’s very first store in Tsukiji will be closing later this year, and their tribute website offers plenty of nostalgic content, including some awesome videos!
“Shocking” and “exquisite” aren’t normally words used to describe an egg sandwich but we think we found one that fits the bill.
A portion of Tokyo’s world-famous Tsukiji Fish Market is expected to move to the Toyosu neighborhood in 2016. While part of the retail market and many restaurants will be sticking around, the upcoming relocation of the wholesale operations makes 2015 the last full year to enjoy Tsukiji as the absolute center of the sushi world.
In other words, if you’re looking to make a trip to the area to see it at its peak, now’s the time. And while there’s always something to be said for discovering a largely unknown restaurant with delicious food, on our Japanese-language correspondent Nakano’s visit to Tsukiji, he decided to dine at what travelers have voted the best sushi restaurant in Japan, Sushi Dai.