Tsukiji is the largest Fish and seafood Market of the world, actually, it is one of the largest markets of the world of any kind. Located in Tokyo bay, it is organized in inner and outer markets: the first for buying, the second for eating. Either you manage being there at 4am for the tuna auction or before 11am to watch all-the-creatures-of-the-vast-ocean for sale, don’t miss it before it moves out of the city in 2018!
Nose-to-tail eating: with tuna fishes nothing goes to waste.
How many packages can you prepare with one 680 Kg tuna fish?
Death on the table … but life still crawling below it …
In the outer market, dry shrimps, fishy fishes and fish soups!
Click to zoom in. This photo series is part of the reportage Japan of mine
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