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added on : February 13, 2024
The manmade island of Toyosu is where the famous fish market of Tsukiji relocated in 2018, and located just outside, Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai opened on February 1, 2024. Designed with an Edo-period theme, this new facility features wooden buildings using timber sourced from the Tama area of Tokyo, as well as ibushi tiles from Awaji Island. Enjoy a variety of restaurants and retail stores that make use of the fresh seafood and ingredients available in Toyosu, as well as a 24-hour spa complex.
“Senkyaku banrai” means a constant flow of customers coming and going. And that’s the bustling atmosphere you will find at Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai. Situated next to Toyosu Market, Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai is made up of two main areas: Toyosu Edo-mae Market and Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club.
Toyosu Edo-mae Market is a site for food and entertainment, spread over three levels. Step back in time as you stroll down the atmospheric streets of old Edo, lined with a variety of restaurants and retail stores that make use of the fresh seafood and ingredients available in Toyosu.
On the second floor, Toyosu Menuki Odori (Toyosu Main Street) is lined with popular restaurants, where you can enjoy a variety of Edo-style dishes, such as eel and sushi. You can also sample Fukagawa croquettes, a local specialty made with clams and sweet potato, inspired by Koto City’s famous Fukagawa meshi. Mekiki Yokocho (Connoisseur Alley) is an area where you sample fresh seasonal foods and carefully selected delicacies, including fruit skewers and oysters. Enjoy something to eat while you wander, or have a drink at one of the bar counters. The giant “Toki no kane” bell stands in Edo-mae Plaza. It’s a place where people can gather and watch events involving the local community. Events are also held in the "Festival Plaza" on the first floor. On the third floor you’ll find a food court with various Edo-style counters serving sushi, seafood donburi rice bowls, and yakiniku.
Running along the outside of the Toyosu Edo-mae Market is the Toyosu Edo-mae Street. This promenade is perfect to enjoy a leisurely stroll while appreciating the scenery of the changing seasons. There’s also a Japanese cafe, and a souvenir store where you can find the perfect memento of your visit.
Tokyo Toyosu Manyo Club is “a hot spring town in the heart of Tokyo.” This public bathhouse and wellness center is open 24 hours a day, and comprises ten floors and a basement level. There are two rooftop observation footbath gardens (one for customers, and one open to the public and free of charge) which offer 360-degree panoramic views of Toyosu and its waterfront scenery.
|6-5-1 Toyosu, Koto City, Tokyo
|Toyosu Senkyaku Banrai
For up-to-date information on opening hours and further details please check the official website.