The Tsukiji Fish Market is the largest fish market in the world. Not just in volume and value, the market would be also be considered number one in terms of the diversity and quality of the produce it carries. Indeed the market supplies a veritable planetarium of Michelin stared chefs not only in Japan but to all corners of the global gourmet map.

Tsukiji is split into two major markets - the Jonai (場内) and the Jogai (場外). The Jonai, which means the Inside Market, is where produce is auctioned by seven auctioneering companies to over a thousand licensed wholesalers. The produce is then sold onto professionals. The Jogai means the Outside Market, and is where the regular public goes to buy this amazing produce in smaller volumes than traded by professionals.

Oceans of Seafood now brings this experience to Singapore. We have a Jonai section for professionals (or those ordering more than $300 worth of seafood) and a Jogai section for regular customers’ purchases. However, if you are having a party and your total spend will exceed $300 you can buy from the Jonai section at the discount rate normally reserved for professionals. This means you will get a lot more high quality for your dollar! One other addition is that chefs and customers can order in advance any product available at Tsukiji as we have our own buyers working in the Tsukiji fish market.




This is the area where you can purchase seafood from countries other than Japan. It is where seafood from a variety of countries including Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Norway etc. Seafood can be purchased whole, or in fillets, or prepared with a sauce ready for cooking. As with the Tsukiji market, we also sell produce to professionals and we make their rates available to anyone who is looking to spend $300 or more. Likewise, if there is any seafood you would like us to bring in please ask and we will try our best to source it for you.



Oceans of Seafood purchases much of its seafood direct from fishersand farmers from throughout the globe. This includes MSC sustainably certified Western King prawns caught in the Spenser Gulf of South Australia by Rick Kolega of Kolega Fisheries, or Sea Choice and Ocean Wise "best choice" Spot Prawns from Vancouver Island, Canada, caught by Bob Elliot, or Coffin Bay oysters direct from Lester Marshall Coffin Bay Oyster Farm. Here on our website we will introduce you to these people that catch our seafood, and, from time to time, you will be able to meet them at the stores for Meet & Greet nights.