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Tokyo, Japan - Nui Hostel & Tsukiji Fish Market

The previous night, Yi Fang recommended I visit Tsukiji Fish Market (Tsukiji Shijō) as I absolutely love sashimi.

But before I get started on day 3 in Japan, I want to share more about Nui Hostel as I thoroughly enjoyed my stay there. 1,013 more words


Throwback Thursday: Ten Days in Japan

Tokyo. Kyoto. Kanazawa. Hiroshima. Miyajima Island. Fukuoka. An express tour of the world’s best trains, freshest sushi and a city where you can walk from skyscrapers to a 100-year-old forest in less time than it takes to drink a vending machine slushy. 491 more words


Japanese netizens support foreign comic after one Japanese man's discriminatory remark

Jason Atsugiri is currently one of the hottest comedians on Japanese television. His “Why Japanese people?!” skit is so popular even kids who have zero English skills have mastered imitating his staged outbursts. 519 more words


Mencoba Yamazaki Sushi di Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo

Seperti sebagian besar pelancong lainnya, mengunjungi Tsukiji Fish Market saat berkunjung ke Tokyo menjadi sesuatu hal yang ingin dilakukan, konon katanya menikmati sushi dan makanan khas Jepang lainnya yang berbahan dasar sumber laut memiliki kenikmatan sendiri bila dirasakan di sana. 544 more words


Tsurviving Tsukiji

The most epic night in Japan was the night we stayed up to go to the Tsukiji Fish market in Ginza, Tokyo, the biggest wholesale fish market in the world. 1,323 more words

Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market

The fifth instalment of our (not-so) recent adventures in Japan.

May 15, 2015: The Tsukiji Fish Market is the real deal…a wholesale fish market that is one of the world’s largest. 790 more words


Tsukiji Fish Market

Unless you’re waking up at ungodly hours of the morning to watch the tuna auctions or an avid foodie waiting for the sushi restaurant, Tsukiji Fish Market is really not for you. 183 more words