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Tsukiji Fish Market

One of the staple food that comes into people’s minds when they think about Japan would be sushi, or fresh fish in general. I personally love Japanese food, especially sashimi, which is raw fish sliced into fine slices and consumed either raw, or with a little soy sauce and wasabi. 220 more words


Tokyo in one day? Try a walking tour.

Tokyo– a city with 38 million residents can be overwhelming when you first arrive. How do you even start to navigate such a huge city?   1,129 more words



Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo. I initially intended to speed through as a touch-and-go on the way to Kyoto because I figured it’d be a typical ‘city city.’ I was so incredibly wrong. 443 more words


Tsukiji Fish Market. Tokyo, Japan

Super Sous and I are in Tokyo, Japan – mainly to visit the Tsukiji (skee-jee) Fish Market before it moves location after 80+ years. We had to experience this piece of history! 28 more words

Chef Nathan Lyon

First Time In Impressive Tokyo; Tsukiji Fish Market

Let us get out of my last two toxic posts before. It’s tiring to remember anyway.

How about a memory from my first time arriving in Tokyo? 309 more words

My Little Step

Eat the god damn street food!

Seriously, the amount of times I have meet met with sounds of shock and horror when I have told people about the octopus on a stick I had straight off the grill at a market in Thailand or the sashimi (raw fish) I ate at the Tsukiji Fish Market in Japan is just absurd. 528 more words

When In Japan!

Baby and Toddler Free in the Land of the Samurai (Tokyo, Japan). 

Currently in the land of the Samurai!  This week I traveled solo to Tokyo to meet a friend.  Oh boy – the difference between traveling with children and traveling alone is just staggering.   354 more words