I was disappointed when my first visit felt on a closing day.
Officially, we were not permitted to be inside, but we decided to enter.
On a normal day the energy inside overwhelms you
and there are only a few moments you will be accepted to be a part of.
Trolleys are speeding through the alleys and blaring, energetically ignoring your presence.
Do evaluate each of your movement to not disturbing a worker or getting taken by a trolley.
It seems to be one of the rare places a Japanese person might lose its countenance.

Tsukiji Market will finally disapear in 2016 and move to Toyosu.

 

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