Tsukiji Uogashi is a market with 60 seafood and produce stores, opened in 2016 to preserve the liveliness of Tsukiji for future generations even after the transference of the market. Since professionals in the food industry come for their business from 5am to 9am, you can enjoy your shopping after that time. The market closes at 3pm, so I recommend that you visit before noon. Tsukiji Uogashi consists of 2 buildings, Odawarabashi Building and Kaikobashi Building, both of which you should visit. There is a variety of seasonal seafood traded, including tuna, salmon, sea bream, yellowtail, horse mackerel, mackerel, sardine, squid, octopus, sea urchin, and shrimp.
At the back of Kaikobashi Building, you will find Yukiya, a retailer for the general public run by one of the most famous intermediate wholesalers of tuna, Yamayuki. Yamayuki is known for selling their goods to sushi restaurants awarded Michelin stars, such as Masuda, Kurosaki, and Harutaka, and Japanese gourmets recognize its name and quality.