A private tour of Tsukiji, available for small groups, from a minimum of two people.
About 400 shops handling food products, such as fresh seafood and produce, are gathered in this market. It is a very popular spot for visitors from in and out of the country.
Enjoy Shopping and Gourmet Food!
A shrine where the god for safe sea travel is enshrined has been respected by people. Many important cultural properties of the ward are preserved in the shrine ground.
This is a cable-stayed bridge over the Sumida River. Its 32 cables stage the presence of this beautiful bridge.
A wide variety of plays such as kabuki, comedy, modern, and melodramatic shinpa can be enjoyed in the theater. It is also an ideal theater to feel close to the Japanese traditional performing arts.
One of the nation's largest movable road bridges built over the mouth of Sumida River.
It is a Buddhist temple in Tsukiji. The exterior of the main worship hall is a stone construction in the ancient Indian style, and the interior of the hall is arranged in the traditional Shinshu-sect temple design and layout.
A garden which is well-known as one of the scenic spots of the nation. There are many places worth seeing such as a seawater pond that draws water from Tokyo Bay and a majestic 300-year-old pine tree.
The History of Tsukiji Lives On
A bridge built over the Sumida River after World War II with a panoramic view of skyscrapers in Tokyo.
A historic building representing the Showa era. Its location within one kilometer of Ginza makes it easily accessible before or after shopping.