below is a bunch of sea creatures photos that you might or might not eat.
but this is tsukiji after all,
the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world.
tsukiji is absolutely fascinating.
you have to go watch videos on youtube to capture the wonders of it.
other than what you can see,
the market does not smell fishy or smelly of any kind.
tsukiji's moving to toyosu in november 2016.
so the next time i'll be in tokyo, there will be no more tsukiji.
|the sell knives the length of your arm over here.|
it can cut through bones.
|the thing they put on takoyaki, maybe?|
they're so cute, i want to drive one!
|the not-cleaned fish|
|octopus so yummy ughh|
|the busy market in all its glory|
|uncle menyiang ikan. ikan turns out so clean.|
there's an art to menyiang ikan, apparently.
|huge slabs of fish meat|
|hugeeeee scallop. bigger than your face|
(okay you get it now, everything's huge over here)
|invisible fish! haha|
|crab is a bit weird. it's covered with something like smashed biscuit and yet they are still moving.|
|can you imagine how big the fish was..|
|verrrry tempted to buy one. and just eat it with soysauce and wasabi.|
fine slabs of tuna
|turret trucks everywhere|
|they would queue for hours, these people.|
|i got into one that didn't take hours.|
also because they had english menu.
cup was cute.
|1800 yen is roughly RM60+. per bowl.|
|mine came with lots of chunky tuna, few slices of salmon, and raw squid.|
|also on the other part of the market, they sell fruits and dry product.|
spot the white strawberries!
|things like souvenirs..|
|this is where you come in.|
had a guide at front handing out tsukiji maps.
if you have plenty of time to explore tokyo,
please explore tsukiji before they relocate.
it was an awesome experience :)