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Tsukiji Fish Market

The Tsukiji Fish Market is the largest wholesale fish market in the world. Located in central Tokyo, it handles over 2,000 tons of sea products a day. Because of the huge and rare fish available, and the busy atmosphere, the Tsukiji market is ... 

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Food Street at Tsujiki Fish Market

June 2014

Rain dampens the market, but not the tour! With our ponchos equipped we speed off to the next destination!

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Tokyo by Bike: Tsukiji Market and Odaiba Including Tokyo Bay Cruise

fish we gutted

October 2013

I gutted that fish after the teacher taught us how to

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Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo

Tsukiji Fish Market

July 2013

Asha was feeling crabby

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May 2013

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A fish dealer checking the quality of each Maguro (tuna)

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3-Day Private Tokyo and Nagano Tour: Snow Monkeys, Tsukiji Market and Bullet Train

Tuna - Tokyo Fish Market

May 2011

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Tuna at the Tsukiji fish market, Tokyo

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Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo

Sashimi dinner

October 2010

Sashimi: Included tuna, salmon, yellowtail, and sword fish.

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Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo

Tokyo Fish Market

July 2008

ROD C
Australia

Sellers wandering the aisles at the Tokyo fish market.

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Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo

Tokyo Fish Market

July 2008

ROD C
Australia

If you're up this early to buy fresh fish, you obviously love your sushi.

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Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo

Tokyo Fish Market

July 2008

ROD C
Australia

The world's most delicious tuna sushi!

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Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo

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