Tsukiji Jogai Market
Tsukiji Jogai Shijo (築地場外市場) is a market focusing mainly on seafood. The term "Jogai" means "outer," and it was the market adjacent to the Tsukiji Fish Market (inner market), the largest fish market in Japan which moved away to the Toyosu district in 2018. Though the inner market, which was for wholesale only, was relocated, the outer market remained here at Tsukiji. The outer market accept not only professionals but also retail customers. There are many small seafood restaurants for visitors as well.
This district also managed to avoid being destroyed in WWII so there are many old store buildings built in the wake of the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923. The atmosphere somewhat resembles that of Ameyoko Market in Ueno, though unlike Tsukiji, Ameyoko was initially formed as the black market after WWII.
Enshoji (円正寺) is a Shin Buddhist temple located in the Outer Market.
Namiyoke Inari Jinja (波除稲荷神社), or just Namiyoke Jinja (波除神社), is a Shinto shrine situated in the Outer Market. Its present complex was completed in 1937. This shrine enshrines the overall protective divinity of the Tsukiji district. For details about this shrine, see the article on Namiyoke Inari Jinja.
The Tsukiji Jogai Market is adjacent to the Tsukiji Honganji Temple. For details about this temple, see the article on Tsukiji Honganji Temple.