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Toyosu is a man-made island located at the Tokyo bay, known for the market and residential area. Toyosu is one of the most popular food destinations in Tokyo, offering a variety of different food options. The market offers a wide selection of fish and seafood, including tuna auctions, which draw large crowds. It also has several dedicated dining areas where visitors can enjoy freshly prepared dishes from the fish markets. Visitors can also take part in a food tour to explore the market and its offerings.


By Subway

  • From Tokyo Station, take the Marunouchi Line to Ginza Station, and then switch to the Yurakucho Line to Toyosu Station. The total travel time is about 20 minutes, and the cost is around 200 yen one way.

By Bus

  • From Tokyo Station, you can take the Toei Bus (都営バス) bound for Toyosu Station. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes, depending on traffic, and the fare is 210 yen.

By Car

  • If you’re driving from Tokyo Station, take the Shuto Expressway towards the Bayshore Route. Exit at the Toyosu Exit. The journey typically takes around 15 minutes, not accounting for traffic, and the toll cost is approximately 1,000 yen.


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Toyosu Seven Eleven

Japanese "Konbini" Culture started from here! The first ever 7-eleven in Toyosu district of Japan, before franchising to all the prefectures!
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Lalaport Toyosu

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