Visit Japan's Tsukiji fish market, while you still can5 min read . Updated: 16 Jun 2017, 12:41 AM IST
With some 480 different kinds of seafood and $14.6 million worth sold daily, Japan's iconic Tsukiji market is still booming after 82-yearsfor now
If you’re visiting Tokyo and looking forward to eating well, chances are you’ve been told not to miss Tsukiji, the oldest and biggest fish market in the world. From being the focus of such popular movies as Jiro Dreams of Sushi to being the backdrop of pop music videos (remember Clean Bandit?), the iconic market has become synonymous with Japan’s world-famous food culture. Tripadvisor.com ranks it among the top five things to do in the Chuo Ward, the heart of the city that includes the booming Ginza district. It’s here that a single bluefin tuna was sold for $632,000 in January.
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