[Toyosu : Senkyakubanrai] A “sacred place of umami” with about 70 stores from all over Japan is born outside the Toyosu Market.


On February 1, 2024 (Thursday), a new facility opened with the aim of inheriting and developing the bustling atmosphere that is a valuable asset unique to the Tsukiji market and creating the vitality and liveliness that is unique to the Toyosu market. In cooperation with the main market facilities, the new facility will create a sense of unity in Toyosu, which is attractive for both residents and tourists, and will further enhance the liveliness of the area.

Toyosu Edomae Street

We envision an area lined with stores offering ramen stores and other casual eateries that will be used on a daily basis by office workers and neighborhood residents.

Connoisseur's alley

This is an area where visitors can enjoy fresh, seasonal ingredients and delicacies connoisseurs have picked out for themselves, either at the eateries or at the counter, and experience the bustling atmosphere of food with mouthwatering aromas wafting from each store.

Toyosu main boulevard

The area is lined with restaurants and stores popular in the local Koto Ward, as well as a restaurant district that concentrates famous restaurants of eels, sushi, and other foods that have been loved by the Japanese people since the Edo period.

Traditional townhouse with more than one room available for rent

Taking advantage of its location adjacent to the market, this floor concentrates rice bowls and sushi restaurants using fresh seafood. Based on the historical background that sushi was served casually at yatai stalls during the Edo period, a sushi food court has been set up in the center of the floor to create an area where anyone can easily enjoy a variety of sushi.

24-hour hot bath facilities

The open-air bath overlooking Tokyo Bay boasts a sense of spaciousness. The open-air bath overlooking Tokyo Bay offers an unparalleled view of Tokyo Bay.

guest cabin (on a boat)

From standard rooms that can accommodate one person to suit every occasion, to suites complete with outdoor baths, we have a variety of rooms to suit every need.



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