May 16, 2007

Sushi for Breakfast at the Tsukiji Market

POST #    2482

While visiting Tsukiji Market to see the fish market is something you shouldn't miss in Tokyo, eating there is another must do. It's literally the freshest sushi you can get in the world. There are two sushi places in the market, both insanely crowded with tourists, but what can you do? We went to Daiwa. Though it's not the most ideal thing to eat at 7 in the morning, Calvin and I throughly enjoyed the experience. Johnny, not so much. I think the meal ran us about $30 something for the set meal, which worked out best because we didn't have to order a thing.

I even ate the unagi, which I usually stay away from, and what looks like the ark shell thing that I took a picture of (3rd picture). I believe Calvin and I walked away agreeing that it was the best sushi we've ever had.

Posted by tien mao in Food/Drink, Japan, Photos, Travel at 9:36 AM

 

 

Did you see the big article on Tsukiji Market in Vanity Fair? I was all like, I've heard of this place before, but from where...?

Posted by: information leafblower at May 16, 2007 11:45 AM

ha. no, i didn't see that. i'll have to take a look (not that i have it laying around the apartment).

Posted by: tien [TypeKey Profile Page] at May 17, 2007 8:06 AM

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