Landmark Japanese Fish Market to Close in 2014: Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market has been an attraction for locals and tourists for the last 78 years. But the Japanese government just announced the end of the world’s largest wholesale fish market: In 2014, it will be replaced by a new seafood market that’s 40 percent bigger and bound to have much less character.

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    AHH! Time to get my toosh to Tokyo! And see Jiro as well :)
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    WHAAATTT THE HEECCKKK?!?!?!?!?! @_%)(*!#_)%#!*%_)!#*%_!)#%!!!!!!!!!!!
  5. kymfordummies reblogged this from americastestkitchen and added:
    Sad!!!!! I always to catch the marke.
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    "The Asahi Shimbun also reported that construction on the new market will begin once the Tokyo government successfully...
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    nooo it was one of my dreams to go see this fish market!! boooooo
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  10. almostholdinghands said: so sad!!!
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