Eating slowly at a restaurant is fine, but the best part of Tsukiji is walking around the market while eating. Enjoy Tsukiji while eating whatever you like depending on the atmosphere and your mood at the time.
If you don’t understand Japanese, you can just order by pointing. You may end up ordering something that is not to your liking, but that is also a good experience.
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