Inside the world’s biggest fish market, where a single tuna can sell for millions of dollars

Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market is sometimes called the “Wall Street of fish.” Every day, fishers, wholesalers, and the owners of Japan’s top sushi restaurants gather to buy and sell more than $21 million of the freshest fish in the world. In recent decades …
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