7. Maguroyaki Pancake at Sanokiya
Have you heard of the taiyaki before? The taiyaki is a famous Japanese snack; it is a pancake shaped like a sea bream (a type of fish). Sanokiya doesn’t sell the taiyaki, but instead have the maguroyaki, a pancake shaped like the maguro fish. The crispy maguroyaki has a red bean paste filling and is one of the walk-and-eat foods you cannot miss.
6. Saito Fish Market
Saito Fish Market is most famous for the raw oysters that can be enjoyed all year round. There are two types of oyster available at Saito Fish Market, which cost 300 JPY (2.80 USD) and 400 JPY (3.75 USD) respectively, and the fresh, creamy oysters are extremely delicious. Saito Fish Market handles oysters taken from different places in Japan so you may be able to enjoy different tastes by visiting once in the morning and then again in the evening.
5. Omelette on a Stick at Yamacho
One of the famous walk-and-eat foods in Tsukiji is the tamagoyaki - egg omelette. Yamacho, located in Tsukiji Outer Market, is one of the shops where you can enjoy the kushitama - tamagoyaki on a stick. The sweetness of the tamagoyaki is accentuated by the grated radish, and the best part about it is that it only costs 100 JPY(0.95 USD) per stick!