Honolulu Fish Auction

Make reservations for a tour of one of the world's most lucrative fish auctions

When the brass bell rings at 5:30 a.m., Honolulu’s fish auction gets under way. 

Bidders follow the auctioneer down rows of pristine ahi, or bigeye tuna, competing for each individual fish. 

Honolulu’s daily auction may be small in volume, but local appetites for ultra-fresh raw fish and demand from restaurants overseas make it one of the world’s most lucrative. 

Tours are open to the public every Saturday by reservation only.