How to being life time

Three friendly ladies joined our activity, and visited both Toyosu fish market and Tsukiji outer market. When we entered the Intermediate fish wholesale market in Toyosu, they were surprised to see the varieties of seafood and took pictures of them at some shops. When we stopped by a tuna store, they had a chance to hold a long tuna knife.  “Amazing !”, they said.
After visiting the market-related shops, where they bought green tea and miso soy bean paste, we went to Tsukiji market by van.
The lively atmosphere of the outer market attracted the cheerful ladies and made them smile more! While walking around, they enjoyed sampling Japanese dashi soup stock, beans snacks, wasabi flavored peanut and so on. One of their hobbies were cooking, so we visited a knife shop which had a long history. A wide selection of beautiful and useful knives there fascinated them.
They loved sea urchin very much, so they decided to have lunch at a sushi restaurant where they could enjoy a heaping bowl of sea urchin on top of the rice.
Thank you very much for joining us !

Tsukiji Outer Market Tour

Suzutoku Kaki

Enjoy Eating and walking

A couple from New York joined Tokyo Tsukiji Insider Tour. They were on their honeymoon. They arrived in Japan about 10 days before and visited some places such as Kyoto, Osaka, and Izu. The gentleman said he liked Izu the best of all for its rich nature and warm atmosphere. 
When we entered the intermediate wholesale market in Toyosu, they listened to what the guide explained, and sometimes asked the names of unfamiliar fish and how to cook them.
They were very interested in Japanese cuisine. In Tsukiji market, a variety of food sold at the street attracted them. “Today is the last day in Japan, so I want to try everything !”, said the gentleman with humor. They bought fried chicken, dumpling, shrimp-flavored fish cake, and also enjoyed sampling snacks such as wasabi-flavored peanuts, Japanese traditional bread with sweet bean paste, and Japanese omellete. 
When the tour ended, they smiled and said, “Yoi ichinichiwo ( Have a nice day ) !”.
Thank you very much for joining the tour.