Learn-to-user kharshak wrote in his blog: Arrived in Tokyo in the evening. Were settled in the hotel (it will be a separate story), and agreed the next morning to go to the famous Tokyo fish market. It is a huge area with the streets, along which the endless stalls and catering establishments. But the main attraction is considered tuna auction. To catch the market living this life and enter the auction, ordered a taxi for four hours of the morning. Auction starts at five.
1. Hundreds of tuna carcasses laid out on the cement floor hefty pavilion. Almost all the same size, if calibrated.
2. More on the ship they cut the gills, cut tails and subjected to instantaneous deep freezing. So they come on the market already in the form of ice torpedoes, each of which is numbered and comes with a label with details.
3. Buyers - restaurateurs and shop owners go to special sickle on a stick, make a notch in the tail, there are shining a flashlight - check first whether the freshness of the goods.
4. In fact, the market expanded in the marine wonders of the white Styrofoam box.
6. Counters stretch in all directions as far as the eye can see.
7. And then there just is not! Marine reptiles of all colors and stripes.
16. What is striking in this space from top to bottom filled with fish and other perishable marine little animals, is the total absence of unpleasant smells. It smells fresh and sea. How do they do it? In this case, moldy stuff does not smell, even in the yard, where higher than a man dumped mountains of empty boxes from under the fish.
17. On the market and surrounding streets door to door for dozens of local eating houses. At six o'clock in the morning for many in the whole work. Fresh fish things - sushi rolls, soups, and all the other delights of Japanese cuisine is served in all schools. Each edalnya is a narrow slit with a counter, behind which hosted a cook. For visitors is a narrow space along the rack.
In general, I must say that in these eatery, expensive, contrary to expectations. It is true that in general Tokyo catering is rather expensive. So a bowl of soup in the canteen of the market for 2000 yen (something around $ 20 at the time) do not have to wonder.
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