Visit to Toyosu Market
sam. 9 février à 01:30
Toyosu Market opened last October on the man-made island of Toyosu in the Bay of Tokyo. It took over the wholesale business from the aging Tsukiji Market and provides tourists with an opportunity to observe the market action and to dine at restaurants across its large, modern premises. It is free to enter Toyosu Market. Auctions typically commence around very early morning, with live market activity typically wrapping up by 8am. Unfortunately it is too early to visit But the facilities here still provide much to see and do outside those hours – including the tour route, and the many shops and restaurants available on site. Wholesale Market Observation Windows - The wholesale market is off-limit to tourists; however, there are a few windows that look down onto the market floor, providing some rather limited views of the market action. Restaurant Area - This is the largest of three restaurant areas found at the market. Many restaurants that were formerly located in Tsukiji's inner market moved to and reopened at Toyosu Market, including some very popular sushi restaurants. Uogashi Yokocho Market - Unlike the wholesale market, the Uogashi Yokocho Market is a shopping area open not only to market workers but also to the general public. Here, over 70 shops sell non-perishable goods and processed foods in retail portions, including knives, pickles, tea and souvenirs. Rooftop Garden - A spacious rooftop garden sits on top of the building, providing lawn space and pretty views onto the waterfront of Tokyo Bay. Entrance : Free Note : Tuna Auction is not included in this visit since normally it takes place around 4:30am – 5:30am.
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