Restaurants & Cafés


If you're a true Tsukiji veteran and have already sampled all the delectable seafood and street snacks available inside and around the world's most famous fish market, it might be worth heading to this well-hidden joint for some healthy and energy-packed soba. In addition to orthodox varieties, you'll find offbeat creations like pork curry soba (¥1,300), cold soba with deep-fried duck (¥1,350) and tempura soba with conger eel and shrimp (¥1,400) – with all toppings of course brought in fresh from the market. To make things even more interesting, Choseian turns into an izakaya at night, serving a lengthy list of small appetisers in addition to the booze and noodles.


4-14-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku

Transport Tsukiji Station (Hibiya line)

Telephone 03 3541 8308

Open Lunch 7am-3pm (Sat until 2pm), dinner 5.30pm-9pm / closed Sun & hols


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

Restaurants & Cafés near Choseian

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