Tokyo fish market move on track, governor says

After years of delays, the process of moving Tokyo’s world-famous Tsukiji fish market is on track, the city’s governor said Tuesday, pledging the site’s spirit would not be lost. The grey utilitarian complex at Toyosu is a far cry from the gritty …
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