[Toyosu Gourmet] Tokyo's Kitchen! Fifteen Popular Restaurants at Toyosu Market, Gathering Place for Food Professionals [Toyosu Gourmet] Tokyo's Kitchen! Fifteen Popular Restaurants at Toyosu Market, Gathering Place for Food Professionals

[Toyosu Gourmet] Tokyo's Kitchen! Fifteen Popular Restaurants at Toyosu Market, Gathering Place for Food Professionals


2023.01.20

NAVITIME TRAVEL EDITOR

[Toyosu Gourmet] Tokyo's Kitchen! Fifteen Popular Restaurants at Toyosu Market, Gathering Place for Food Professionals

Toyosu Market is one of Tokyo's most popular tourist attractions. The market, which replaced Tsukiji Market in 2018, is the new "kitchen of Tokyo" and attracts a diverse crowd ranging from food professionals to international travelers.

While Tsukiji Market was famous for tabe-aruki—the practice of eating while walking—Toyosu Market has a full range of authentic restaurants. You can enjoy a variety of gourmet foods from morning to lunchtime, including immensely popular sushi restaurants and long-established dango dumpling shops.

This article introduces the best restaurants out of Toyosu Market's total of 39 eateries. From early-morning kaisendon (seafood on rice) to famous shumai steamed dumplings—delicious with a drink—we've selected seven restaurants that are sure to fill you up and put a smile on your face.

Wake up early, head to Toyosu, and enjoy its many gourmet delights!

  • 01

    [Know Before You Go] Manners and Rules at Toyosu Market

    Toyosu Market is where food professionals from all over Tokyo gather. People working at the market are hard at work from early in the morning. Visitors should therefore observe the rules of etiquette while enjoying themselves so as not to interfere with the business activities being conducted by market workers and buyers.

    If you intend to dine at one of the restaurants, use the pedestrian decks directly connected to the Yurikamome Line's Shijo-mae Station to enter the market from entrances on the third floor.

    Toyosu Market

    Toyosu Market

    Opening hours: 5:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Entrance: one entrance for each block (from the pedestrian deck)
    Entry conditions: at present masks are required, temperature checks are required, visitor numbers are limited (limits in place for each block)

    Lines of waiting diners in front of restaurants are also limited to around 20 people. Please note that many restaurants accept only cash payment, so it is important to have cash in small denominations prepared.

    Toyosu Market Notes for general visitors

    Toyosu Market Notes for general visitors

    As priority is given to market-related workers in the intermediate wholesale area, general visitors are in principle only allowed to enter the market for the purpose of shopping.

    In the market, small trucks come and go, which can be dangerous. As such, walking while using a smartphone is not permitted. The taking of photos and videos is also prohibited.
    If you want to shop, avoid early mornings and aim for after 9:00 a.m.

    These rules and manners are designed to ensure that everyone involved in the market, as well as general visitors, can enjoy using Toyosu Market.

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    [Market Guide] The Market's Three Restaurant Areas

    Block 6: Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F

    Block 6: Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F

    The market's 39 restaurants are spread across three areas.

    Block 6: Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F—23 restaurants
    Block 7: Management Facilities Building, 3F—13 restaurants
    Block 5: Fruit and Vegetables Building, 1F—three restaurants

    The most extensive eating area is 3F of the Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building in Block 6. A variety of restaurants can be found there, including renowned sushi restaurants, coffee shops and the first branch of the popular Yoshinoya beef bowl restaurant chain.

    Block 7: Management Facilities Building, 3F

    Block 7: Management Facilities Building, 3F

    Block 6: Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F

    Block 6: Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F

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    [Kaisendon] Nakaya|Block 6, Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F

    Even amongst the many seafood restaurants at Toyosu Market, Nakaya stands out for its inexpensive yet delicious kaisendon. It's so popular that even before lunch hour, a line snakes out the door.

    There is no menu inside the restaurant, and the waiter takes your order while you wait in line at the shopfront. You can use the many photos and menu listings posted on the front of the restaurant to help you make your choice.

    Nakaya kaisendon

    Nakaya kaisendon

    Nakaya kaisendon

    Nakaya kaisendon

    The restaurant only has counter seating, and once you're seated, your order will be served with little to no wait. Etiquette at Toyosu Market is "eat and leave." There is absolutely no need to hurry, but it's a treat to be able to enjoy a delicious meal as soon as you’re seated.

    In addition to kaisendon brimming with tuna and sea urchin, set meals of fried dishes, udon noodles and other options are available. The shop's most popular dish is kaisendon, which features a variety of seafood. What's on offer depends on availability and the time of year, meaning you can enjoy the tastes of the season.

    Nakaya

    Nakaya

    Nakaya

    Nakaya

    仲家 豊洲市場店
    place
    東京都江東区豊洲6 豊洲市場仲卸売場棟3F
    phone
    0366330211
    info
    【HP】http://toyosu.tsukijigourmet.or.jp/shop/6-nakaya/index.html
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    [Sushi] Sushi Dai|Block 6, Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F

    Sushi Dai is one of the most popular restaurants at Toyosu Market. The chefs at Sushi Dai prepare fresh ingredients sourced from across the country right before your eyes. Only the finest ingredients are used, and each piece of sushi is made with neta toppings that have been carefully selected to ensure that even the most discerning of food professionals would be delighted with the flavor.

    Although open until 2:00 p.m., the restaurant is so popular that a line forms from around the time the shop opens at 5:30 a.m., and doors are closed to new customers by mid-morning.

    Image of holding sushi

    Image of holding sushi

    A good choice is the tencho omakase set, which is laden with the best seasonal ingredients. This sumptuous set includes 10 pieces of hand-shaped nigirizushi, one piece of your choice, and one maki sushi roll.

    If you have specific sushi in mind, you can choose the okonomi nigiri option, which allows you to order sushi of your choice starting from one piece.

    Besides sushi, the shop serves a wide range of à la carte dishes featuring seasonal flavors, including sashimi and grilled dishes, which you can enjoy with Japanese alcoholic beverages.

    Sushi Dai

    Sushi Dai

    Sushi Dai
    rating

    4.5

    38 Reviews
    place
    Tokyo Koto-ku
    phone
    0366330042
    opening-hour
    6:00-14:00
    info
    【HP】http://toyosu.tsukijigourmet.or.jp/shop/6-sushidai/index.html
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    [Teishoku Set Meals] Tonkatsu Odayasu|Block 6, Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F

    Tonkatsu Odayasu is a long-established yoshoku (Western-style) restaurant that serves excellent fried fish and seafood dishes. However, as this is Toyosu Market, this popular restaurant serves not only Western-style food but also a wide range of Japanese-style seafood dishes, from set menus to à la carte items.

    The fried-food set meal is popular, and items can also be ordered separately. People of all ages can easily dine at Tonkatsu Odayasu, even families with kids, thanks to the wide variety of options, from set menus to à la carte options and fried dishes perfect for enjoying with a drink.

    chashu eggu

    chashu eggu

    chashu eggu

    chashu eggu

    Among these menu items, you'll find the surprisingly popular chashu eggu. This is a substantial dish, with thickly sliced, melt-in-your-mouth chashu roasted pork and two half-cooked fried eggs. The dish definitely goes well with rice, but it's also a perfect accompaniment to alcoholic beverages. As a robust breakfast meal, it has captured the hearts and filled the stomachs of the early-morning crowd at Toyosu Market. Though listed on the menu as a set meal, it can also be ordered as an individual item.

    Tonkatsu Odayasu menu

    Tonkatsu Odayasu menu

    Tonkatsu Odayasu

    Tonkatsu Odayasu

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    [Teishoku Set Meals] Yoshoku Rokumei-ken|Block 6, Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F

    Yoshoku Rokumei-ken is a casual yoshoku restaurant beloved by market workers. The shop's popularity is due to its excellent prices and delicious Western-style dishes. The fried seafood, such as aji-furai (deep-fried horse mackerel) and hotate-furai (deep-fried Japanese scallops), is especially tasty.

    In addition to delicious dishes, the shop is known for its generous portions. The aji-furai served are so big they extend past the edge of the plate, while the seasonally available kaki bata-yaki raisu (butter sautéed oysters with rice) is served with five plump, sumptuous oysters. You'll be left astounded by the quality and quantity of the fresh ingredients.

    Yoshoku Rokumei-ken

    Yoshoku Rokumei-ken

    For those looking for breakfast, we also recommend the hidden specialty, hamu eggu (ham and eggs). The dish has so much ham that it hides the egg, and it's a popular menu item that looks great in photos.

    The chef carefully prepares each dish, so it may take some time to get your food, but the waiting time enhances the taste of the dish. Be sure to arrive with an empty stomach!

    禄明軒 豊洲市場店
    place
    東京都江東区豊洲6 豊洲市場仲卸売場棟3F
    phone
    0366330240
    info
    【HP】http://toyosu.tsukijigourmet.or.jp/shop/6-rokumeiken/index.html
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    [Chuka Chinese Cuisine] Fujino|Block 6, Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F

    The long-established Chinese restaurant Fujino has been fueling marketgoers for many years, having moved with the market as it relocated from Nihonbashi to Tsukiji and now Toyosu. The restaurant has had many devoted fans since its Tsukiji days and remains a crowd favorite in Toyosu.

    The most popular menu item is the chashu-men ramen, which is topped with a substantial piece of chashu pork. Everything is homemade, from the melt-in-your-mouth chashu to the noodles and menma seasoned bamboo shoots. The unforgettably delicious sura-men (hot and sour noodles), a delightfully thick ramen dish, boasts the perfect balance of sour and spicy. With food this good, it's no wonder the restaurant has so many repeat customers!

    Other highlights include the surprisingly large shumai steamed meat dumplings, which the shop has been making for over 100 years. The plump, meat-filled dumplings are heaven when enjoyed with sauce and karashi hot mustard. One bite and you won't be able to resist a second! Expect to walk out with a satisfied stomach and a smile on your face.

    Fuji no
    place
    Tokyo Koto-ku Toyosu 6-5-1
    phone
    0366330202
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    [Washoku Japanese Cuisine] Uogashi Ryori Ikinoya|Block 6, Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F

    Uogashi Ryori Ikinoya is a Japanese restaurant that operated at Tsukiji Market as Washoku Kato. With its reopening in Toyosu, it has not lost the taste of its long-established Tsukiji Market incarnation. In fact, in Toyosu, the dishes are even more meticulously prepared.

    The menu features a wide variety of Japanese dishes, from set meals of simmered or grilled fish to sashimi and kaisendon. The most popular menu item is kinmedai no nitsuke teishoku (simmered splendid alfonsino set), which has been popular since the restaurant was first established. The plump fish is simmered in a sauce handed down from Washoku Kato, and the delicious flavor spreads smoothly in the mouth. Its popularity is easy to understand.

    The shop's delectable - itadaki - itadakidon, which rises high like a mountain summit, is a substantial bowl of seafood featuring salmon roe, tuna, Japanese amberjack, salmon, sea bream, negitoro minced tuna with onion, squid, kombu with herring roe and cucumber. Topped with the shop's homemade sauce, the dish can also be enjoyed as kaisen-chazuke (seafood served with rice in green tea).

    Other popular menu items include gindara saikyo-yaki gozen, a sumptuous dish of miso-pickled and grilled Japanese bluefish, and sakura gozen, a plate of assorted fresh sashimi. If you find yourself at Toyosu Market, you should be sure to visit Uogashi Ryori Ikinoya at least once.

    魚がし料理 粋のや
    place
    東京都江東区豊洲6-5-1 豊洲市場 水産仲卸売場棟3F
    phone
    0366338011
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    [Unagi (Eel) & Yakitori Grilled Chicken] Unagi Yakitori Fukusen|Block 6, Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building, 3F

    Fukusen, whose signature dishes are unagi and yakitori, was established in Tsukiji in 1959 and is now run by the second generation. The shop's unaju—broiled eel served on rice in a lacquered box—uses high-quality unagi (freshwater eel) from Isshiki, Aichi Prefecture, and is characterized by its lack of odor. Interwoven with the unagi and rice is a sauce with a base of tamari shoyu procured directly from a brewer in Mikawa (Aichi Prefecture). The dish is so overwhelmingly delicious that diners find themselves wowed into silence, so focused are they on savoring each bite.

    The shop's morning set, available between 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m., is also highly recommended. The set—which includes your choice of yakitori-don (grilled chicken on rice), unagi mabushi-don (chopped grilled eel on rice), unagi-don (grilled eel on rice) or unagi chazuke (grilled eel on rice with green tea); soup; and oshinko pickled vegetables—allows you to enjoy unagi and yakitori at an excellent price.

    Bento boxes are also available. The unaju Fukusen bento, available in both matsu (large) and nami (regular) sizes; the mansai bento; and the yakitori bento are all excellent options to pick up as take-out for friends and family. You can't go wrong!

    うなぎ 福せん
    place
    東京都江東区豊洲6-5-1 水産仲卸売場棟3F
    phone
    0366330128
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    [Chuka Chinese Cuisine] Yajima|Block 7: Management Facilities Building, 3F

    The long-established Yajima, a casual Chinese restaurant, has served patrons for 70 years, beginning at Tsukiji Market. The red noren curtain, blue tables and handwritten menu give the restaurant a retro Showa-era (1926–1989) atmosphere.

    The shop's traditional Tokyo ramen, made by the youthful third-generation owner, has a simple yet profound flavor that you could easily eat every day and never tire of it. The hearty tokusei chashu wantan-men ramen, topped with large pieces of chashu pork and wontons, is a staple of the market's gourmet scene.

    jambo shumai

    jambo shumai

    jambo shumai

    jambo shumai

    Another Yajima specialty is the handmade te-tsukuri jambo shumai. The shumai dumplings are big, meaty and juicy, and they pair perfectly with both rice and alcoholic beverages.

    The restaurant recommends eating shumai with sauce and karashi mustard. Enjoy the plump shumai with a dash of sauce and a dash of mustard, and you'll find that your meal will just keep getting better and better. A single serving of four shumai and a half-serving of two shumai are available. Savor a half-serving with sauce and another half-serving with vinegar and pepper for a delectable meal.

    Yajima menu

    Yajima menu

    Yajima

    Yajima

    やじ満 豊洲市場店
    place
    東京都江東区豊洲6 豊洲市場管理棟3F
    phone
    0366334560
    info
    【HP】http://toyosu.tsukijigourmet.or.jp/shop/7-yajima/index.html
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    [Teishoku Set Meals] Tonkatsu Yachiyo|Block 7: Management Facilities Building, 3F

    Tonkatsu Yachiyo is, like Odayasu, popular for its fried-food set menus. It has been featured on Japanese TV programs such as Matsuko no Shiranai Sekai and Chubo Desu Yo, and it is still as popular as it was when based at Tsukiji Market.

    The popular C teishoku set comes with an abundance of fried Japanese tiger shrimp, horse mackerel and scallop and sums up the allure of Yachiyo: delicious and filling.

    Tonkatsu Yachiyo

    Tonkatsu Yachiyo

    Another specialty to try is the shop's chashu eggu, which is only available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. The dish, with well-seasoned, melt-in-your-mouth chashu pork and a half-cooked fried egg, is an essential part of the market's morning meal line-up along with Odayasu's breakfast menu.

    If you're hungry or just after a substantial meal, go with the set meal that combines chashu eggu with fried menu items.

    Tonkatsu Yachiyo

    Tonkatsu Yachiyo

    Yachiyo Toyosu Shijo
    place
    Tokyo Koto-ku Toyosu 6 Toyosu Shijo Administration Building 3F
    phone
    0366330333
    info
    【HP】http://toyosu.tsukijigourmet.or.jp/shop/7-yachiyo/index.html
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    [Amami Sweets] Mosuke Dango|Block 7: Management Facilities Building, 3F

    The venerable Mosuke Dango was established in 1898 and has continued to provide Tokyo with delectable sweets for over 120 years. The beloved shop began life in Nihonbashi, then moved with the market to Tsukiji and now Toyosu.

    The shopfront sells sweet dango dumplings and mugwort-infused kusa mochi rice cakes as souvenirs, while inside, it offers sweets and beverages like anmitsu, a dish of bean paste, agar cubes, fruit and syrup, and matcha. Food purchased at the shopfront can be eaten on-site for an additional seating fee.

    Mosuke Dango tamazo

    Mosuke Dango tamazo

    Mosuke Dango anmitsu

    Mosuke Dango anmitsu

    In addition to standard sweets, the menu includes an unfamiliar entry: tamazo. This is a meal-type dish consisting of a grilled mochi rice cake, hanpen pounded fish cake and kamaboko seasoned fish cake in a dashi broth made of skipjack tuna, konbu and flying fish into which Okukujiran eggs have been gently beaten.

    The dashi broth slowly soaks into the fragrant grilled mochi, and your whole body warms up as you savor the soup's rich flavors. The aroma of yuzu and mitsuba parsley adds a refreshing accent, which makes a bowl of tamazo the perfect dish to end a meal.

    Mosuke Dango odango

    Mosuke Dango odango

    Mosuke Dango

    Mosuke Dango

    茂助 豊洲市場店
    place
    東京都江東区豊洲6 豊洲市場管理棟3F
    phone
    0366330873
    info
    【HP】http://toyosu.tsukijigourmet.or.jp/shop/7-mosukedango/index.html
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    [Western-Style Cuisine] Uogashi Tomina Italian Restaurant|Block 7: Management Facilities Building, 3F

    You can enjoy authentic Italian pasta and pizza made with an abundance of fresh seafood from the market at Uogashi Tomina, the only Italian restaurant at Toyosu Market. The restaurant's walls and ceiling are decorated in the style of Monet's water lilies, creating a wonderful space reminiscent of an azure world.

    Zuwai-gani no karubonara, made with incredibly fresh snow crab in a carbonara sauce, and kaisen pizza, made with ample amounts of seasonal seafood, are two of the restaurants most popular dishes. The extensive Italian menu includes kaki no nama kurimu sosu, an oyster dish with fresh cream, and Italian standard Bolognese. Wine and other alcoholic beverages are also on the menu. If you're after an Italian meal in Toyosu, Uogashi Tomina is a must.

    魚河岸トミーナ
    place
    東京都江東区豊洲6-6-1 施設管理棟307
    phone
    0366330039
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    [Kaisendon Seafood and Rice Bowl] Dontaku|Block 7: Management Facilities Building, 3F

    If you're after a reasonably priced kaisendon, then aim for Dontaku, recognizable by its orange noren curtain. There, you'll find a casual shop serving fresh seasonal seafood sourced from Toyosu. The shop is popular with visitors from abroad as well as with students on field trips.

    Recommended dishes include the gokaidon, a bowl of rice heaped with ocean treats like tuna, salmon roe and sea urchin, and the toro uni ikuradon, a bowl of rice topped with three kinds of seafood: toro tuna, sea urchin and salmon roe. A trip to the market isn't complete without sampling one of these dishes.

    The menu also includes a variety of other dishes, such as nama nakaochidon, bara chirashidon and maguro zukushi nigiri. You're sure to find a kaisendon to suit your mood. Savor the seasonal flavors!

    丼匠 豊洲市場店
    place
    東京都江東区豊洲6 豊洲市場管理棟3F
    phone
    0366330026
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    [Sushi] Daiwa Zushi|Block 5: Fruit and Vegetables Building, 1F

    One of the most beloved restaurants in Toyosu is Daiwa Zushi, located on 1F of the Fruit and Vegetables Building near Shijo-mae Station. The popular, long-established restaurant is no stranger to lines and has been frequented by famous sumo wrestlers since the Tsukiji era. Not surprisingly, it offers some of the best sushi around.

    The secret of its popularity is the close attention it pays to its ingredients. The shop is directly connected to the market, and the judgment of both intermediate wholesalers and buyers is impeccable, with only the finest ingredients chosen.

    Of course, we highly recommend the omakase (chef’s choice) menu. It's possible to order single portions from 300 yen, but with the omakase menu, which consists of seven pieces of hand-shaped nigiri, one gunkan maki roll, a piece of tamago rolled omelet and miso soup, the chef will make you the day's best sushi.

    Another feature is the speed with which sushi is served. Though Daiwa Zushi is busy over the lunch hour, it's not terribly crowded earlier in the day. To avoid a wait, go early.

    Daiwa Sushi
    rating

    4.5

    37 Reviews
    place
    Tokyo Koto-ku Toyosu 6-3-1 Toyosu Shijo 5-gaiku Seika Building 1F
    phone
    0366330220
    opening-hour
    5:30-13:00
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    [Tempura] Tenfusa|Block 5: Fruit and Vegetables Building, 1F

    Toyosu Market's Tenfusa specializes in tempura. The shop is a great place to enjoy reasonably priced tendon (tempura and rice bowl) and Tokyo-style Edomae tempura made with seasonal ingredients.

    A must-try is the oebi anago tendon, which consists of large shrimp and conger eel lavishly piled upon a bowl of rice. The crisp coating, plump and tender shrimp and conger eel and the special sauce topping it all off are a match made in heaven.

    The mouth-watering fragrance comes from the special blend of cooking oil the shop uses, which is a mixture of soybean oil and sesame oil. On top of the glorious aroma, a key characteristic of the shop is the size of its dishes. Believe us: You won't go hungry!

    Tempura isn't the only star at Tenfusa. The popular maguro teishoku, a new menu item introduced after the shop reopened in Toyosu, is a sumptuous dish that consists of the shop's signature tempura and slices of high-quality tuna.

    The shop is happy to prepare even one seasonal tempura item. If you consider yourself a tempura fan, be sure to drop by.

    Tenfusa
    rating

    4.5

    6 Reviews
    place
    Tokyo Koto-ku Toyosu 6-3-2 Toyosu Shijo Seika Building 1F
    phone
    0366330222
    opening-hour
    7:00-13:30 (finished as soon…
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    [Soba] Sobadokoro Fujimiya|Block 5: Fruit and Vegetables Building, 1F

    Sobadokoro Fujimiya is a Japanese soba noodle restaurant frequented by market workers. The extensive menu and reasonable prices are part of the shop's appeal. The atmosphere here is unique to Toyosu, as it bustles with market workers enjoying lunch and, later, after-work drinks.

    We highly recommend the shop's tendon set, which provides a taste of what Fujimiya has to offer. The set consists of a small bowl of rice served with shrimp tempura and seasonal vegetable tempura, as well as a bowl of soba.

    Two other popular specialties include kamo dango soba, featuring a bowl of soba with duck dumplings, and kaki seiro, consisting of soba served on a bamboo platter with a bowl of dipping sauce containing oysters.

    You'll also find a variety of other dishes that let you savor the flavors of Fujimiya, such as the katsudon set featuring pork cutlet, the hotatedon set featuring scallops and the oyakodon set featuring chicken and eggs. As all sets are priced around 1,000 yen, give or take, Fujimiya is easy on your wallet.

    Fujimi Ya Toyosu Shijo
    place
    Tokyo Koto-ku
    phone
    0366330243
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    [Information and Access]

    [Opening Hours]
    5:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    *Opening hours vary from shop to shop.

    [Market Holidays]
    Standard holidays: Wednesdays, Sundays and national holidays

    [Access]
    Yurikamome Line: Shijo-mae Station
    Toei Bus: Shijo-mae Eki-mae bus stop
    If you are driving, please note that parking is not permitted within the market grounds. Please use the parking lot outside the market area (newly opened in May, 2022).

    Toyosu Market
    rating

    4.0

    4 Reviews
    place
    Tokyo Koto-ku Toyosu 6-6-17-gaiku Kanri Facility Building
    phone
    0335208205
    opening-hour
    Store/Depending on the facil…
    info
    【HP】http://www.toyosu-market.or.jp/
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