I went to Tsukiji several times with friends (both Japanese and foreigners) so I brought my family down for some fresh sushi on their first day in Tokyo. However this post will be a compilation of ALL my trips down to Tsukiji so you can have a better idea of what to expect.
Difference between a 20,000yen sushi meal and a 2000yen sushi meal" blog post :P
Although I am very satisfied with Suzhi Zanmai, one of my Japanese friend said that they will never go to Tsukiji and eat there because this restaurant can be found everywhere in Tokyo. So we went to hunt down a really good sushi stall called Sushi dai:
Other shops not selling sushi/sashimi
Of course, if you have 20,000yen or so to burn, you can always go to Sushikoh :P
*This old fish market will be moving on March 2015 to make way for the Olympics development.*
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