Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, is one the places that people have on their bucket list. Approximately, 7 out of 10 respondents can state that they are saving up to experience Japan. Due to the rich culture of the Japanese people, it is not debatable if you want to go to Japan or not. It is simply a haven for every type of individual.
When you want to explore Japan, you can simply visit Tsukiji Fish Market. This is the largest market in whole world. Imagine a market that has a staff of over 60,000 people. You can definitely find what you’re looking for in this gigantic market. Can you expect stampede? Not that we know of. This place is the house of all the yummy treats that we enjoy in our plates. Yes, you heard it right. This market is a source of many restaurants and other food stores in providing the sumptuous meals that we all crave time after time. So, what makes Tsukiji Market a go-to destination when you’re in a Japan?
1. Food Lover
Any food lover or gourmet will always have to appreciate how things are prepared before you eat it. There is more hard work when it comes to getting the produce or meat. Farmers and fishers are the two big men when it comes to supplying mankind with what it eats and takes inside his tummy. For this reason, visiting Tsukiji Fish Market is a must for all food lovers. Even if you don’t know how to cook, knowing what it looks like and how things run in a gigantic marketplace will tell you to enjoy your food more.
2. Cook By Heart or Profession
Most definitely, when you’re a chef in a diner, restaurant, fine dining or at the comfort of your home, you will be interested to feel how it’s like to shop in the largest market worldwide. Surely, it’ll be a mouth-watering and jaw-dropping experience. You will be simply astonished, amazed and shocked in the amount of food that you can buy and what recipes you can cook for with all these ingredients around you.
3. Knowing Japanese People
Unnoticeably, visiting Tsukiji Fish Market will trigger you into knowing the Japanese men and their traditions. Just by observing you can describe what Japanese people are like. From a large angle to close encounters, you will peek into the attitudes, beliefs and lifestyle of the people from the land of the rising sun.
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