When Sambi Saito is back in Tokyo, Cologne seems almost like a village to her. But over time, the Japanese capital has become somehow alien to her – too loud, too fast-paced and too superficial.
The shouts of a tuna buyers and sellers kicked off trading Thursday at Tokyo's new fish market, days after the world-famous Tsukiji market was shut down following 83 years in operation.
The world's largest fish market resumed operations at a new location in Tokyo on Thursday, after final auctions last week at the historic Tsukiji fish markets, one of the Japanese capital's top tourist attractions.
A final tuna auction has been held at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo, before it moves to a new site. The 83-year-old market - the world's largest - has long been a drawcard for locals and tourists.
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