Tsukiji is one of those places where you will never get bored. I don't remember how many times I have been there. More than once for sure, but less than 10 times. The usual routine is to wake up early, take the first metro (about 6am), have my sashimi donburi and then off to work before 9am.
The auction zone was closed for a couple of years, and I've never ever been there. No fear though, the normal market for mere "mortals" like us is a good place to shoot. Plenty of red colour there, so come prepared with proper film.
As usual, here are a couple of shots from my archives shot with combination of Leica M3 and M6 and I believe I've used Provia 100F, Portra 160VC and 160NC there. Most of the scans are a little too warm, I know, but I like it that way for tsukiji...
A word about the last shot. I used to love negitoro (minced fatty tuna), but after taking this picture I cut down my consumption quite a bit! So... eat your sushi buffet before going to the market. Not the other way around!!