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Not only fresh seafood Processed foods

Shops at Tsukiji Outer Market also offer tamagoyaki (Japanese-style omelets), tsukudani (small seafood candied in soy sauce), and other processed foods besides seafood. The delicacies are perfect for taking home, and tasting a little bit of each is a fun way to stroll Tsukiji, too.

Daisada (Japanese-style omelets)

Daisada offers its specialty tamagoyaki to sushi restaurants and department stores across Japan. Numerous variations line the storefront display case, including the signature Tsukiji-no and omelets filled with crab, shrimp, eel, and seasonal ingredients. Omelets freshly cooked by seasoned chefs at the far back of the store are available for eating on the spot.

Address

4-13-11 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Inquiries

03-3541-6964

Opening hours

4:00–14:30 / Closed Sunday, holidays, and market closing days

URL

Daisada (JPN) (External link)

Ebiya Sohompo (Edo-style tsukudani condiments)

Ebiya specializes in Edo-style tsukudani since its founding in 1869. Although it has branches in department stores in Tokyo, only the store in Tsukiji carries the set of six recommended condiments. Edo-style tsukudani was originally salty and spicy; any hint of sweetness was considered taboo. Ebiya defied convention by using sugar to produce a milder sweet and spicy flavor. The recipe proved popular and has been a signature ever since.

Address

4-7-5 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Inquiries

03-3541-6629

Opening hours

8:00–17:00 / Closed Sunday and holidays

URL

Ebiya Sohompo (JPN) (External link)

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