11. Earth’s biggest fish market is in its best sushi neighborhood – Tsukijisijo

By Tenkaijapan - Last updated: 水曜日, 2月 17, 2010 - Save & Share - Leave a Comment



Given Japan’s penchant for seafood, it’s not surprising that the world’s largest fish market (and one of the largest wholesale markets, period) is located in Tokyo. Handling over 2,000 metric tons of seafood each day, Tsukiji-shijo (‘market’) is a haven for fisherman, auctioneers and buyers for Tokyo’s best restaurants.


As an added bonus, here the freshest sushi and most delectable grilled fish lunches can be had at reasonable prices — assuming one can stand the mad rush of patrons.

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