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23 reviews of Tsukiji Fish Market

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A fascinating experience

The title of my experience in this market becomes more important due to the fact that it is written by a Vigo native, since in Vigo we have a spectacular fish market. The only requirement is that you go early, at 6:00 the ritual begins. To me, this is essential for any visit to Tokyo. Highlighting the variety of species, the amount of bluefin tuna that are unloaded daily, the contrast of traditional Tokyo in this market with the rest of the city, and the best part, at the end of the auction, you can breakfast in the freshest sushi market in the world ... The photos and videos speak for themselves ....
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There is more life in tsukiji fish

No, not the huge fish market but the rest of the market that extends south and north of the fish market. Obviously the Japanese are not going to the basket to Tsukili to buy single tuna. Nearby you can buy vegetables, knives, meat, fruit, pastries, etc.. It is noted that a site remains more or less popular, with some small shops and ladies of all plastic bag making the purchase. It may be even more interesting to the fish. Do not miss the posts of mushrooms (apparently there are many fans Setera in Japan) or fruit and vegetables, best quality and much unknown in the West. No, not the huge fish market but the rest of the market that extends south and north of the fish market. Obviously the Japanese are not going to the basket to Tsukili to buy single tuna. Nearby you can buy vegetables, knives, meat, fruit, pastries, etc.. It is noted that a site remains more or less popular, with some small shops and ladies of all plastic bag making the purchase. It may be even more interesting to the fish. Do not miss the posts of mushrooms (apparently there are many fans Setera in Japan) or fruit and vegetables, best quality and much unknown in the West.

Hay vida más haya del pescado en tsukiji

No, no hablo de la inmensa lonja de pescado sino del resto del mercado que se extiende al sur y al norte del mercado de pescado. Obviamente los japoneses no se van con el carrito hasta Tsukili para comprar solo atún. En los alrededores se pueden comprar verduras, cuchillos, carnes, fruta, pasteles, etc.
Se nota que sigue siendo un sitio más o menos popular, con pequeñas tiendas un poco de todo y con señoras de bolsa de plástico haciendo la compra. Puede que sea hasta más interesante que lo del pescado. No perderse los puestos de setas (por lo visto hay mucha afición setera en japón) o los de fruta y verdura, calidad optima y muchas cosas desconocidas en occidente.

No, no hablo de la inmensa lonja de pescado sino del resto del mercado que se extiende al sur y al norte del mercado de pescado. Obviamente los japoneses no se van con el carrito hasta Tsukili para comprar solo atún. En los alrededores se pueden comprar verduras, cuchillos, carnes, fruta, pasteles, etc.
Se nota que sigue siendo un sitio más o menos popular, con pequeñas tiendas un poco de todo y con señoras de bolsa de plástico haciendo la compra. Puede que sea hasta más interesante que lo del pescado. No perderse los puestos de setas (por lo visto hay mucha afición setera en japón) o los de fruta y verdura, calidad optima y muchas cosas desconocidas en occidente.
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Incredible

Tsukiji is the area of ​​the fish market. Every day we sold approximately 2,000 tons of fish. One of the biggest attractions is represented tuna from the auction, which starts early in the morning. During the auction, the tuna are on the ground and frozen, headless and with their tails cut off to allow you to inspect the color of each tuna carne.Su there is a card on which is shown the weight, quality and origin. Soon after. at the end of the auction, in different banks can be seen as is sliced ​​tuna in practice in many small blocks, with a circular saw like that of a carpenter. When, however, the tuna is not frozen, it worked with a long knife. After the auction, the life within the market, with its 900 stalls, is chaotic. For visitors there are many rules to be observed. The restrictions are necessary to avoid hampering the constant coming and going of carts motor between the various benches of the market.

Incredibile

Tsukiji è il quartiere del mercato del pesce. Ogni giorno vengono vendute circa 2.000 tonnellate di pesce. Una delle maggiori attrazioni è rappresentata dall'asta dei tonni, che inizia molto presto al mattino. Durante l'asta i tonni sono a terra e surgelati, senza testa e con le code tagliate per consentire di prendere visione del colore della carne.Su ogni tonno c'è un cartellino sul quale è riportato il peso, la qualità e la provenienza. Subito dopo. al termine dell'asta, nei vari banchi si può osservare come vengono sezionati i tonni, in pratica in tanti piccoli mattoncini, con una sega circolare come quella di un falegname. Quando, invece, il tonno non è surgelato, viene lavorato con un coltello lunghissimo. Terminata l'asta, la vita all'interno del mercato, con le sue 900 bancarelle, è caotica. Per i visitatori ci sono molte regole da osservare. Le restrizioni sono necessarie per non intralciare il continuo via vai dei carrettini a motore tra i vari banchi del mercato stesso.
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Largest market in the world

If Tokyo is one of the largest cities in the world and Japanese people's diet is mainly based on the fish, you do not ponder much to think that the market of this city is the largest in the world. A species of fish wholesale city, it is a must see on any trip to Tokyo and a good way to approach how to live the life of the Japanese, at least for the stomach. Its most well known is the famous tuna auction, which I did not see because to go to it you have to be there about 4 in the morning. The fishmongers early birds worldwide! However, the visit is not wasted even a little later. Getting around this city of fresh fish has a good time, hanging out watching the industrious Japanese in their daily work, watching fish, molluscs and shellfish that literally have no idea what they are or dodging carts that move full speed through the narrow alleys leading market their goods from one point to another. For now, the market is still open to visitors, although given the uncivil behavior of many tourists, who seem to forget that people make there lentils (or soybeans) and are dedicated to disturb the workers, it has been thought restrict entry. It is also planned to transfer to another area of ​​the city at the end of 2012, so we must be careful!

La lonja más grande del mundo

Si Tokyo es una de las ciudades más grandes del mundo y la dieta del pueblo Japones se basa fundamentalmente en el Pescado, no hace falta cavilar mucho para pensar que la lonja de esta ciudad es la mayor del mundo.

Una especie de ciudad del mayoreo del pescado, es un punto de visita obligada en todo viaje a Tokyo y una buena forma de acercarse a la forma de vivir la vida de los japoneses, al menos por el estómago.

Su aspecto más conocido es la famosa subasta del Atún, cosa que yo no vi ya que para ir a la misma hay que estar por allí cerca de las 4 de la mañana. ¡Los pescaderos madrugan en todo el mundo!

Sin embargo, la visita no tiene desperdicio aunque sea algo más tarde. Pasear por esta ciudad del pescado fresco lleva un buen rato, pasando el tiempo viendo a los laboriosos japoneses en su quehacer diario, observando pescados, moluscos o mariscos que literalmente, no se tiene la menor idea de lo que son o esquivando los carricoches que a toda velocidad se mueven por los estrechos callejones del mercado llevando su mercancía de un punto a otro.

De momento, el mercado aún se puede visitar libremente, aunque dado el comportamiento poco cívico de muchos turistas, que parecen olvidar que la gente se gana allí las lentejas (o la soja) y se dedican a molestar a los trabajadores, se ha pensado en restringir la entrada. También está en proyecto trasladarlo a otra zona de la ciudad a final de 2012, ¡así que hay que estar atentos!
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The largest market in the world in its genre

Tsukiji Fish Market - the largest market in the world. The visit to the central market wholesale of Tokyo is a unique experience. Every morning except Sunday, auctions are held from 5 to 10:00 a.m.. (The peak is 5 to 7). 15000 restaurateurs and food vendors acquire the fruits of the sea in the 1,700 posts. The market itself is a giant hangar occupied by mazes filled with tiny stalls where fish still alive this water still dripping sea. The Tsukiji Market specializes in bluefin tuna fishing fleets operating in places as far away as New Zealand and the North Atlantic. Japan consumes about 30% of the 1.7 million tons that are caught in the world each year, consuming 80% of it raw, the "shashimi". Pacific bluefin tuna is the most appreciated.

El mercado más grande del mundo en su género

Mercado de Pescado de Tsukiji - El mayor mercado del mundo.

La visita al mercado central de venta al por mayor de Tokyo constituye una experiencia única.
Cada mañana, salvo los domingos, se celebran subastas desde la 5 hasta la 10 AM. ( el momento más álgido es de 5 a 7). 15000 restauradores y vendedores de comida adquieren los frutos del mar en los 1.700 puestos existentes.

El mercado en si es un gigantesco hangar ocupado por laberintos repletos de puestos diminutos donde el pescado aún vivo esta goteando todavía del agua de mar.

El Mercado de Tsukiji está especializado en el atún rojo, sus flotas pesqueras faenan en lugares tan lejanos como Nueva Zelanda o el Atlántico Norte.

Japón consume alrededor del 30% de los 1,7 millones de toneladas que se pescan en el mundo cada año, consumiendo el 80% del mismo en crudo, el "shashimi". El atún rojo del Pacífico es el más apreciado.
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Tsukiji fish market

It said to be the largest fish market in the world ms rather strange to me. What do I love this kind of sites, disfrut as a dwarf in it. It is huge, full of alleys, stalls, boxes, rarsimos fish, people, etc. The variety of species you see all think it is difficult to match. You can see workers as clean or kill the fish carefully and some with special equipment. I could even reach the area of ​​the famous red tuna auction, where it is forbidden supposed to be let alone take pictures. All you see them get frozen in many parts of the world, many from Spain. The size of some specimens is impressive. A must, so if Get ready to get up early if you want to enjoy this spectacle.

Mercado de pescado tsukiji

Se dice que es la lonja más grande del mundo y no me extraña. A mi que me encantan este tipo de sitios, disfruté como un enano en ella. Es inmensa, llena de callejones, puestos, cajas, pescados rarísimos, gente, etc. La variedad de especies que ves allí creo que es difícil de igualar. Se puede ver a los trabajadores como limpian o matan el pescado de forma cuidadosa y algunos con una técnica especial. Yo pude llegar incluso a la zona de subasta del famoso atún rojo, donde se supone que está prohibido estar y mucho menos hacer fotos. Allí los ves llegar congelados de muchas partes del mundo, muchos desde España. El tamaño de algunos ejemplares es imponente. Visita obligada, eso si prepárate para madrugar si quieres disfrutar de este espectáculo.
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Tsukiji is a bit of sea in the neighb...

Tsukiji is a bit of sea in the neighborhood of Tokyo with more pedigree. The arrival at Tsukiji imposes. You need to make an effort to capture sensory everything around you. The aroma is unmistakable. Deep sea. Mix salt, sea breeze and sound of the waves. However, we must not forget that Tsukiji is a workplace. Sea Artisans, artists knife and ruder people share space. The first word that comes to mind is busy. Miles of motorized carts compete fiercely for a meter. The circuit is a maze of stalls. The fish comes and goes. Discretion is appreciated. They are accustomed to tourists, but her eyes do not lie and it shows that they do not like. The word comes in Tsukiji market another dimension. Nowhere in the world runs much fish every day and yet no foul odors. The pieces are magnificent, huge, best of the best. Large bluefin tuna surprise, rather than big, huge. After the auction, expected destination. Soon end in the most distinguished palates as sushi or sashimi. No one can say that is the coolest in the world. Molluscs huge, fresh seafood and fish anywhere in the world are labeled and distributed promptly. The genre is fantasy. The chefs fight like beasts for taking the best snack. That becomes a ruthless struggle Tokyo in World city with more Michelin stars. Displaying Tsukiji is easy to understand. Fish is not a minor issue, but the people who work in Tsukiji may be the main attraction. Expert hands, knives and looks business savvy. They love their work, make it their purpose and that is reflected in their faces. It's hard work. A job that has carved a rough character, but gives them a master's degree. Extract a smile is not easy, perhaps with respect and veneration the miracle happen. Tsukiji deserves at least one to two hours, some ability to dodge motorized carts, and walking aimlessly. In return, we received an unforgettable experience, seafaring, chaotic. After touring this living museum we could not go there without trying everything we had seen. Despite being seven in the morning, finish the tour with a breakfast of sushi is a must. This symphony of flavors marine was a fitting end. There were only a few words of thanks and a respectful bow. The secrets of the sea remain safely in Tsukiji.

Tsukiji es un trocito de mar en el barrio con más pedigrí de Tokyo. La llegada a Tsukiji impone. Es necesario hacer un esfuerzo sensorial para poder captar todo lo que te rodea. El aroma es inconfundible. Mar intenso. Mezcla de sal, brisa marina y rumor del oleaje.

No obstante, no debemos olvidar que Tsukiji es un lugar de trabajo. Los artesanos del mar, los artistas del cuchillo y la gente más ruda comparten espacio. La primera palabra que se me viene a la mente es ajetreo. Miles de carros motorizados compiten con fiereza por un metro. El circuito es un laberinto de puestos. El pescado va y viene. La discreción se agradece. Están acostumbrados a los turistas, pero sus ojos no mienten y se nota que no les gustas.

La palabra mercado cobra en Tsukiji otra dimensión. En ninguna parte del mundo circula tanto pescado cada día y sin embargo no hay olores nauseabundos. Las piezas son magníficas, enormes, lo mejor de lo mejor. Sorprenden los grandes atunes rojos, más que grandes, enormes. Tras la subasta, esperan destino. Pronto acabarán en los paladares más distinguidos en forma de sushi o sashimi. No cabe decir que es el más fresco del mundo. Moluscos descomunales, marisco fresco y pescado de cualquier rincón del mundo son oportunamente etiquetados y distribuidos. El género es de fantasía. Los chefs pelean como fieras por llevarse el mejor bocado. Esa lucha despiadada convierte a Tokyo en la ciudad del mundo con más estrellas Michelín. Viendo Tsukiji es fácil comprenderlo.

El pescado no es una cuestión menor, pero la gente que trabaja en Tsukiji quizás sea su principal atractivo. Manos expertas, cuchillos hábiles y miradas de astucia. Aman su trabajo, hacen de él su razón de ser y eso se refleja en sus rostros. Es un trabajo duro. Un trabajo que les ha forjado un carácter áspero, pero que les otorga un grado de maestría. Arrancarles una sonrisa no es fácil, quizás con respeto y veneración suceda el milagro.

Tsukiji merece como mínimo entre una y dos horas, cierta habilidad para esquivar los carros motorizados, y caminar sin rumbo fijo. A cambio, recibimos una experiencia inolvidable, marinera, caótica. Después de recorrer este museo viviente no nos podíamos ir de allí sin probar todo lo que habíamos visto. Pese a ser las siete de la mañana, terminar la visita con un desayuno de sushi es casi una obligación. Esa sinfonía de sabores marinos fue el colofón perfecto. Sólo faltaban unas palabras de agradecimiento y una respetuosa reverencia. Los secretos del mar siguen a buen recaudo en Tsukiji.
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The biggest wholesale market in the world

The fish market Tsuiji or "Fish Market in Tokyo", is the largest fish market and seafood This is a wholesale market where come to provide restaurateurs and shops. Every morning, transactions begin early, at dawn, at around 5:30. It is open to the public until 9 am. If you do not know and that it is among the onlookers came to play the curious, there is a funny show ... before being escorted to the exit by security (we were still able to wander a good half hour in this huge market). In this shed, more than 400 species, some of which reach impressive dimensions and price ... The auction is itself closed to tourists.

Le plus grand marché de gros au monde

Le marché de poissons Tsuiji ou "Fish Market de Tokyo", est le plus grand marché de poissons et fruits de mer. C'est un marché de gros où viennent se fournir les restaurateurs et commerces. Chaque matin, les transactions commencent tôt, à l'aube, aux alentours de 5h30. Il n'est ouvert au public qu'à partir de 9 heures. S'il on ne sait pas et que l'on se retrouve parmi les badauds venus jouer les curieux, on assiste à un drôle de spectacle... avant d'être reconduit à la sortie par la sécurité (nous avons quand même pu errer une bonne demi-heure dans ce gigantesque marché). Sous ce hangar, plus de 400 espèces, dont certaines atteignent des prix et dimensions impressionnantes... La vente aux enchères est quant à elle fermée aux touristes.
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The chaos of tsukiji fish market

Tuskiji Fish Market in Tokyo is crazy. There are a lot of life in it and you have to arrive very early to see the tuna auction. We arrived too late but could wander around their positions where they prepared the fish. We got to see how they cut the tuna boats come frozen, cut them with saws, is impressive. We saw many types of fish rather rare, live eels, lobsters, oysters, hundreds of marine animals and many did not even know what they were. We were there about an hour taking pictures and dodging motorized carts going down the halls at full speed collecting fish and tuna cleaning waste.

El caos del mercado de pescado tsukiji

El mercado de pescado Tuskiji en Tokio es una locura. Hay mucha vida en él y hay que llegar muy temprano para poder ver la subasta del atún. Nosotros llegamos demasiado tarde pero pudimos pasear por sus puestos donde preparaban el pescado.

Tuvimos la oportunidad de ver cómo cortaban los atunes que vienen congelados en los barcos, los cortan con una sierras eléctricas, es impresionante. También vimos muchos tipos de peces bastante raros, anguilas vivas, langostas, ostras, cientos de animales marítimos y muchos no sabíamos ni lo que eran. Estuvimos allí como una hora haciendo fotos y esquivando los carros motorizados que iban por los pasillos a toda velocidad recogiendo el pescado y los desperdicios de limpiar el atún.
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You have to get up very early to see the frantic pace of this huge market

You have to get up very early to see the frantic pace of this huge market. In each corner is appreciated. The crazy traffic of motorized trailers, boxes, ice, tourists queuing at the kitchens where they prepare fresh sushi, colors, ... It is hard to miss, on the subway we find many gentlemen with rubber boots and a wicker ... knew we were going in the right direction ... I do not allow tourists to access the main market where it is the first tuna auction ... In one of the photos you can see a lucky man who takes three in his motorcar.

Hay que madrugar mucho para poder ver el frenético ritmo de este mercado enorme

Hay que madrugar mucho para poder ver el frenético ritmo de este mercado enorme. En cada esquina se aprecia. El loco tráfico de las remolques motorizados, cajas, hielo, turistas haciendo cola en las cocinas donde preparan el sushi más fresco, colores,... Es difícil perderse; en el metro nos encontramos con muchas señores con botas de goma y una cesta de mimbre...sabíamos que íbamos en la dirección correcta... Creo que no permiten el acceso a turistas a la lonja principal donde se hace la primera subasta del atún... En una de las fotos podéis ver a un afortunado que se lleva tres en su motocarro.
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Off limits ... unfortunately

Every guide is listed as one of the best places to visit in Tokyo, the stunning, huge fish market is a hive of energy, hard work and hectic between species of fish of all kinds. Unfortunately, it is a victim of its popularity. The huge influx of tourists, both Japanese and foreigners, disrespectful behavior of some of those who hindered the work over the last year have led to extreme limitations on access to the market. So for several months, his 'heart' is closed to visitors until 9 o'clock in the morning that is, until the work is not completely finished (a joke in practice), with the ability to access only to the outside. For a few months it was possible with great difficulty and limited access, access to a very small area to see visitors from afar the famous tuna auction, but is now closed too. A very questionable decision, but the rest is a place of work and has never been asked no entrance fee and this must be respected. Another historical attraction are the numerous restaurants offering fresh fish, some open 24 to 24. But to tell the truth between signs dictating that do not take pictures of signs and a bit 'rude to tourists gave me an impression' bumper ', perhaps the only place in Japan for giving me this feeling. For this reason I would not recommend it, at least at the moment.

Off limits... purtroppo

In tutte le guide è indicato come uno dei luoghi da non perdere di Tokyo, lo straordinario, ed enorme mercato del pesce è un brulicare di energia, di lavoro intenso e frenetico fra specie di pesci di ogni genere. Purtroppo è rimasto vittima della sua popolarità. L'enorme afflusso di turisti, sia giapponesi che stranieri, che comportamenti poco rispettosi di alcuni di essi che intralciavano il lavoro hanno portato nel corso dell'ultimo anno ad estreme limitazioni degli accessi al mercato. Così da diversi mesi il suo 'cuore' è chiuso alle visite fino alle 9 di mattina cioè fino a quando il lavoro non è completamente concluso (una presa in giro, in pratica), con la possibilità di accedere solo all'area esterna.

Per alcuni mesi era possibile con grandi difficoltà e a numero chiuso, accedere a una ristrettissima area visitatori per vedere da lontano la famosa asta del tonno, ma ora è chiusa anche quella. Una decisione assai discutibile, ma del resto è un luogo di lavoro e non è mai stato chiesto alcun biglietto d'ingresso e per questo va rispettata.

Un'altra attrattiva storica sono i numerosi ristoranti che propongono pesce freschissimo, alcuni aperti 24 su 24. Ma a dire il vero fra cartelli che intimano di non fare foto e cartelli un po' scortesi verso i turisti mi ha dato un'impressione 'respingente', forse l'unico posto in Giappone ad avermi dato questa sensazione. Per questo non mi sento di consigliarlo, almeno al momento.
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This market is a true experience for the senses, where you can see more than 400 types of fish. It is a very touristy, but worth a visit because it is the largest fish market in the world. It is located in central Tokyo, Tsukiji neighborhood. Depending on the subway line is Tsukijishijo Station on Toei Oedo Line and Tsukiji Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line.

Este mercado es una auténtica experiencia para los sentidos, donde podrás ver más de 400 tipos de pescado. Es un sitio muy turístico, pero merece la pena visitarlo porque es el mercado de pescado más grande del mundo. Está situado en el centro de Tokio, en el barrio de Tsukiji. Dependiendo de la línea de metro es la Estación Tsukijishijō en la línea Toei Ōedo y la Estación Tsukiji en la línea Tokyo Metro Hibiya.
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The most impressive fish market in the world

Auctions are captive, the general madness of traders and of course the best sushi you can try.

El mercado de pescado más impresionante del mundo

Las subastas son imperdibles, las locura general de los comerciantes y por supuesto el mejor sushi que se pueda probar.
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Search tuna Street photo, is full of stalls with fresh fish brought to the auction.

Buscar la calle del atún de la foto, está llena de puestos con pescado recién llevado de la lonja.
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The best fish market in the world

The best place to go in Tokyo at 4am. A very good plan for the first day in the city, taking advantage of the jetlag. The atmosphere is sushi film and a show.

El mejor mercado de pescado del mundo

El mejor lugar para ir en Tokio a las 4am. Un muy buen plan para el primer día en la ciudad, aprovechando el jetlag. El ambiente es de película y el sushi un espectáculo.
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Tsukiji Fish Market Phone Number
3541-2640
3541-2640
Tsukiji Fish Market Address
Tsukiji, Chūō, Prefectura de Tokio 104-0045, Japón
Tsukiji, Chūō, Prefectura de Tokio 104-0045, Japón
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