Toyosu Market Restaurants Guide- The Best Places to Eat

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As we reported, Tsukiji Inner Market has been relocated to a new location, Toyosu Fish Market.
Along with the wholesale market, some restaurants at Tsukiji Market also moved to Toyosu and continue their business there.

Since we received lots of inquiries about the location of restaurants in Toyosu Market, we are sharing this article introducing great restaurants in Toyosu Market where you can eat either sushi or other Japanese dishes.

We hope this article will help you to enjoy eating out at Toyosu Market! 

If you visit Toyosu Market for the first time, we recommend taking a guided tour to explore the market in-depth, and not miss the best highlights! Check the link below for one of the most popular guided tours in Toyosu Market!

Toyosu Wholesale Market Explore and Sushi Making

Toyosu Wholesale Market Explore and Sushi Making Workshop
On this half-day tour, you can gain insight into Japanese culinary culture and how to make perfect sushi! Our guided tou...

Where are the Restaurants in Toyosu Fish Market?

When you arrive at Toyosu Market, it’s easy to feel a little confused about where to go. The market is divided into three restaurant areas, each located in a separate building: Block 6 (6街区), Block 7 (7街区), and Block 5 (5街区). Here’s a breakdown of what you can expect to find in each:

  • Block 6: Fisheries Intermediate Wholesale Market Building 
  • Block 7: Fisheries Wholesale Market Building 
  • Block 5: Fruit and Vegetables Wholesale Market Building 

Let’s take a look at the restaurants on each block! 

Restaurants map of BLOCK 6 [3rd floor]

The biggest and busiest restaurant area of Toyosu Market is on the 3rd floor of the Block 6 building. There are over 20 restaurants including one of the most famous sushi restaurants in Tokyo, Sushi Dai.
Please check below for the map and the list of Toyosu restaurants at Block 6.


Many sushi restaurants open in the early morning and close in the afternoon. We recommend you go there in the morning for breakfast! 

  • Sushidai(寿司大)
    There is always a long line even in the early morning before it opens. You can check this article to get more information and details.
    Open 5:30-14:00
  •  Iwasa sushi(岩佐寿し)
    It would be a different experience if you only have eaten sushi from a supermarket. Taste the difference with some freshest sushi in the welcoming atmosphere!
    Open 6:00-15:00
  •  Sushi bun(鮨文)
    It has been running for about 150 years and they still keep the tradition. The most popular sushi there is Anago (conger eel) sushi which uses a delicious sauce that they passed down since the restaurant opened.
    Open 6:30-14:00
  •  Bentomi(弁富)
    We recommend you try sake with sushi here! The popular menu is gorgeous Uni(sea urchin) bowls or chef’s choice sushi sets.
    Open 6:00-15:00
  •  Yamahara(山はら)
    They offer unique sushi bowls with smoke vaporing! Try some new-style sushi that you have never seen before!
    Open 7:00-16:00
  •  Iso sushi(磯寿司)
    If you want to eat tuna to your heart’s content, visit here! Tuna assorted sushi set or tuna bowl is a great choice for the tuna lover.
    Open 7:00-15:00
  •  Sei(勢)
    Order the chef’s choice or Chirashi Sushi which looks like a beautiful art making with attentive work by a Sushi chef.
    Open 7:00-14:00
  •  Sho(昌)
    You can see the trained professional way of making sushi right in front of you. Their recommendation is Omakase 12, Shou, Maguro(tuna) 8.
    Open 8:00-14:30

Kaisendon(Sushi bowls)

  • Oedo(大江戸)
    It has been running since 1909. There are over 40 different kinds of Sushi bowls on the menu.
    Open 6:30-15:30
  • Nakaya(仲家)
    Their popular menus are Toro(fatty tuna)/sea urchin/ salmon roe Sushi bowl and seafood Sushi bowl. You can see old pictures from Tsukiji’s inner market at this store.
    Open 5:00-14:00


  • Yonehana(米花)
    Originally established in 1865, they passed down their history and tradition and you can enjoy their delicious Unaju (eel bowl) here!
    Open 6:00-13:00
  • Fukusen(福せん)
    You can enjoy Unagi and also Yakitori (grilled chicken skewers) in satisfying amounts.
    Open 6:30-13:30


  • Iwata(岩田)
    It opens at 4am and it has been loved to have a break at the market by both visitors and workers.  You can get a local Japanese cafe experience here.
    Open 4:00-14:00
  • Senri-ken(センリ軒)
    Established in 1914. Have some sandwiches and coffee and relax after seeing the tuna auction!
    Open 4:00-13:00


  • Odayasu [Pork cutlet](小田保)
    From seasonal fried oysters to staple pork cutlets and char siu (Chinese-style barbecued pork) with sunny-side-up eggs, you can enjoy Japanese teishoku (set meals) for either breakfast or lunch.
    Open 5:30-15:00
  • Rokumeiken [Japanese western-style cuisine](禄明軒)
    This beloved Japanese and Western fusion restaurant serves its signature fried scallops and ground meat cutlets in a warm atmosphere.
    Open 8:00-14:00
  • Toritoh [Oyako-don](鳥藤)
    Specializing in chicken meat, it’s been running since 1907. Try their best Oyako-don (chicken and egg rice bowl)!
    Open 7:00-13:30
  • Fudino [Ramen](ふぢの)
    Try a bowl of Japanese traditional style of ramen with char siu and wonton!
    Open 5:00-13:30
  • Nakaei [Curry](中栄)
    Since 1912, they have specialized in Japanese-Indian fusion curry with rice. The seafood curry that used fresh ingredients just bought from the market in the morning is something special!
    Open 5:00-14:00
  • Yoshinoya [beef bowl](吉野家)
    You may know the popular chain restaurant Yoshinoya, but do you know it started in the fish market in Nihonbashi (former Tsukiji Market)?
    Open 5:00-13:00
  • Ikinoya [seafood](粋のや)
    You can have delicious Japanese meals here. Their signature dish is Nitsuke (Japanese simmered fish) and Saikyo-yaki (miso-marinated grilled fish).
    Open 6:30-15:30
  • Takahashi [seafood](高はし)
    They only have one menu – the omakase course. This course consists of the best quality ingredients and the skilled chef prepares the course in 2 days. Savor something extraordinary here!
    Reservation is

Restaurants map of BLOCK 7 [3rd floor]

On the 3rd floor of Block 7, there is a restaurant area with over 10 restaurants. If the restaurants at Block 6 are too busy, you should try Block 7.

Here is the map and the list of Toyosu restaurants at Block 7.


  • Yamazaki(すし処やまざき)
    Their popular menu is Chirashi Sushi(scattered Sushi) or Nigiri Sushi set. If you have anything you don’t like, you can ask the chefs and they will happily change some of the sushi for you!
    Open 5:30-14:00
  • Ichiba Sushi(市場すし)
    They proudly serve you the best way to eat tuna. Most parts of tuna are edible and they make the meal out of them.
    Open 6:00-15:00
  • Kagura Sushi(神楽寿司)
    You should taste seared Sushi here. After you ordered them, they seared fish and you can enjoy the smokey delicious taste you will never forget.
    Open 7:00-15:00
  • Okame(すし処おかめ)
    The chef choose what he will use for the day in the morning from the market. Get excited for over 40 years of craftsmanship.
    Open 6:00-14:00
  • Ryu Sushi(龍寿司)
    Let’s eat Sushi at the marble counter which added some fancy taste to the restaurant. They have been running for over 60 years.
    Open 6:30-14:00


  • Dontaku(丼匠)
    Find an orange Noren( Japanese style shop curtain) and get some Kaisendon(sushi bowls)! The popular one is Gouka-don (gorgeous sushi bowl) which has tuna, sea urchin and red snapper etc.
    Open 6:30-15:00


  • Tomina [Pizza](トミーナ)
    Using the freshest seafood from the market, they offer delicious Italian meals such as pasta and pizza!
    Open 10:00-16:00
  • Yachiyo [Pork cutlet](八千代)
    Try some big fried shrimp teishoku (set meals) or fried aji fish!
    Open 5:00-14:00
  • Kimuraya [Cafe](木村家)
    If you are looking for a light meal or a place to take a coffee break, this is the right place for you. Their popular food on the menu are sandwiches such as ham cutlet, eggs or peanuts, jam, and marmalade!
    Open 5:30-14:30
  • Yajima [Ramen](やじ満)
    Regulars go there daily, you will never get tired of their ramen! This homey restaurant offers something delicious but quick to eat.
    Open 5:00-13:00
  • Aiyou [Tempura](愛養)
    Try some Tendon (tempura rice bowl) with big shrimp and other seafood tempura!
    Open 6:00-15:00
  • Mosuke [Japanese sweets](茂助)
    They offer Japanese sweets such as dango (Japanese dumplings) and mochi. You can even have a matcha-making experience too!
    Open 5:00-15:00

Restaurants map of BLOCK 5 [1st floor]

The Block 5 building is a Fruit and Vegetables Wholesale Market area. It’s smaller than the fish market area, and there are only three restaurants on the 1st floor including Daiwa Sushi which is the most famous sushi restaurant at Toyosu Market along with Sushi Dai. The restaurant area at Block 5 is a great hideaway in Toyosu Market.

Here is information on 3 restaurants at Block 5.


  • Daiwa sushi
    This is one of the very popular sushi restaurants in Toyosu. We have this article to compare with another popular sushi restaurant, Sushi Dai so if you are wondering which Sushi restaurant you want to go to, check this out!
    Daily Opened 5:30-13:00


  • Fujimiya [Soba](富士見屋)
    This is the only soba restaurant in the market. Duck dumplings soba is one of the most popular soba on the menu.
    Open 6:30-14:00
  • Tenfusa [Tempura](天房)
    Not to mention the freshest seafood tempura, the tuna teishoku or tuna rice bowl is also popular.
    Open 7:00-14:00

Recommended Hotels near Toyosu Fish Market

The observation deck for tourists is not good in Toyosu, but these restaurants are great!

Hope you enjoy Toyosu.

If you wish to explore Toyosu Market deeper, we highly recommend to visit there with a knowledgeable local guide! You can learn a lot about the history and culture of Toyosu Market and Tokyo food culture which you will never know otherwise. Check out the link below for our tour of Toyosu Market! 

Toyosu Wholesale Market Explore and Sushi Making

Toyosu Wholesale Market Explore and Sushi Making Workshop
On this half-day tour, you can gain insight into Japanese culinary culture and how to make perfect sushi! Our guided tou...

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