Tsukiji : Onigiri at Kitani Suisan in Tsukiji Uogashi

As I posted before, Tsukiji Uogashi building has been open since 2016.
We can buy various seafood and vegetables at stores in the buildings.

Kaikoubashi, Tsukiji uogashi (Tsukiji)

Tsukiji : New buildings "Tsukiji Uogashi" (築地魚河岸)
Wholesalers gather to Tsukiji Uogashi ! "Tsukiji Uogashi" is open from November 19th, 2016, last year. Tsukiji Uogashi is composed of two buildings gathering about 60 seafood or vegetables st...

Also they sell foods that you can eat soon like bento, sashimi, onigiri and so forth.
(Eating at the 1st floor is forbidden. If you want to eat foods what you buy on the 1st floor, you can eat them at 2nd floor)
But shops don’t have many stocks in the morning on weekdays because there’re not many visitors.

A.m. is good, Tsukiji uogashi (Tsukiji)

But Kitani Suisan sell onigiri (rice balls) even in the morning on weekdays.

Appearance, Kitani Suisan (Tsukiji)

Mostly they sell two or three species of onigiri.

Onigiri, Kitani Suisan (Tsukiji)

I sometimes buy them for my lunch during work. That’s tasty.
Tsukiji Uogashi have two buildings. Kitani Suisan is in “Odawara-bashi Tou (小田原橋棟)” along large Harumi street.

They had three species of onigiri in stock that day.
Salmon roe with laver and Japanese herb (200 yen), Salmon roe and salmon (200 yen) and crab with its brown meat (280 yen).

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Crab with its brown meat

Crab with its brown meat (蟹おにぎり, 280 yen).
It have crab meat outside and its inside, much brown meat in it.
The rice is cooked with crab’s broth.
Of course eating it as it is is good.
But if you eat it at hotel or home, please try to put it into the bowl and mix altogether. I like this way of eating 🙂

Crab, Kitani Suisan (Tsukiji)

Salmon roe and salmon

Salmon roe and salmon (鮭スジコおにぎり, 200 yen).
Fixed salted rice, salmon roe and salmon. Simple but tasty.

Salmon and salmon roe, Kitani Suisan (Tsukiji)

Of course, if you visit there past 10 p.m., they sell sashimi bowl, sashimi, and so on.
And they often cut their huge whole tuna in front of visitors.

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