T06 Tsukudajima,Tsukishima&Tsukiji Tour

Starting from an Artificial Island created during the Edo Period

Alleyways evoking Nostalgia amidst Towering Skyscrapers

Monja-yaki experience

Starting from Ecchujima Station, crossing the Aioi Bridge, you can see that this place is an island. The history of Tsukudajima began in the early 17th century when fishermen from Osaka were invited to settle here by the first Shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu. The neighborhood still retains old narrow streets that offer a unique view against the backdrop of high-rise buildings. The Tsukishima area was created through land reclamation during the Meiji era. Passing through a street lined with about 80 monjayaki (savory pancake) *1 restaurants, you can cross the Kachidoki Bridge to the other side of the Sumida River, where you’ll find the Tsukiji Outer Market *2.


1 Monjayaki

The Japanese local food that originated in Tokyo, where loosely mixed wheat flour is cooked on an iron griddle and eaten.

2 Tsukiji Outer Market

Even after the fish market relocated to Toyosu, the Tsukiji Outer Market remains bustling. It’s where former workers of the fish market used to get their meals and tools. With a focus on fresh seafood, the market boasts around 450 shops, including restaurants and equipment stores.

4 Hour-tour / 16,000 yen per group / 4km Walk

Aioi Bridge
New and Old Buildings
Ishikawajima Lighthouse
Tsukuda Kobashi Bridge
Sumiyoshi Shrine
Monja Street
Kachidokibashi Bridge
Tskiji-namiyoke Shrine
Tsukiji Outer Market


10:00 AM Meet at Echujima Station on JR Line

10:30 AM Walk to the Tsukudajima area

  Pass by the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, and cross the Aioi Bridge

12:00 PM Monja Street and Lunch

1:00 PM Across Kachidoki Bridge to the Tsukiji area

2:00 PM When we arrive at Tsukiji Outer Market, the tour concludes.

    Exploring the shops is up to all the guests.


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