Tsukiji Market

    Address : 5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    The Tsukiji Outer Market is a famous wholesale market, which is representative of Japan. It is said to be the largest comprehensive market in the world. It is near busy Ginza which is a different feature from other markets. Various kinds of Japanese traditional food are traded at reasonable prices. The seafood especially is good. Many people visit there to have breakfast because the restaurants near it are open from early in the morning. The Tsukiji Outer Market is so busy with so many trucks and scooters and, the aisles are sometimes narrow that it can be a little dangerous. However, you can use a wheelchair in the market if you are accompanied by someone.
    Tsukijishijo: Toei (Oedo Line)
    Tsukiji: Tokyo Metro (Hibiya Line)
    Higashi-ginza: Tokyo Metro (Hibiya Line), Toei (Asakusa Line)
    Elevator between platform and ticket gateTsukijishijo: Elevator available
    Tsukiji: Platform and Exit is on the same floor.
    Higashi-ginza (Hibiya Line): Elevator available
    Higashi-ginza (Asakusa Line): Platform and Exit is on the same floor.
    Elevator between ticket gate and outsideTsukijishijo: Elevator available
    Tsukiji: Elevator available
    Higashi-ginza: Elevator available
    Recommended routeFrom Tsukijishijo exit A3 or Tsukiji exit 1 or 2, as close as a few minute reach
    Brochure available: English
    AccessAlmost flat
    EntranceAlmost flat
    InsideAlmost flat
    ParkingParking space for people with disabilities available