This place is super crowded! But they also have very interested seafood dishes that you don’t get to see elsewhere so if you get a chance to go. You don’t have to wake up super early for this, I think 9am – 10am you still can get to see quite alot of things in this place.
As we are walking pass all the stores, there’s quite a few stalls selling oysters and scallops. So we got the seared scallop for ¥500 to share, it’s not fantastic but it fresh, which is something that I hardly can get in my country.
Never had scallop like that before.
As we were walking, we didn’t know which stall to try sashimi. We were super hesitant, wanting to see more first then try.
So we keep walking and walking till we reached the end and still didn’t buy any.
Decided to walk back to this particular stall that sells 3 different types of tuna sushi to try.
Our first virgin experience of fresh tuna and otoro…. AHHHH ITS HEAVENLY!
Try getting the strawberries if you see them, super sweet and yummy.
They also have some stalls selling mochi, there’s one particular stall that I didn’t take a snap of, they have samples for their mochi and it tastes super refreshing. If you happen to try it, you will get what I meant!
I found my favourite bottled green tea after trying a couple of different ones from the vending machines.
5 Chome-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo,