Tokyo: Tsukiji Fish Market

bluebalu: Living in Hong Kong

It was still raining the following day and we decided to visit the most famous fish market in the world. The Tsukiji Market is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind.

We left the hotel at 6.30am in the morning as we had read that the earlier we went, the better the chances are to see the fish mongers, wholesalers and traders in action. If we had plans to see the famous tuna action in action, then we would have to get up much earlier as people queue up around 4am (if not earlier). My friend Monica went and saw the tuna auction. It must have been an amazing experience, her blog post makes me very envious that she got the chance to experience the live auction. But it would have been too early for…

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