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 …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Second Japan Property for Conrad Hotels & Reso...
views 172
The Conrad Hotels & Resorts brand celebrates furth...
Asian markets climb on momentum from upbeat US job...
views 100
TOKYO (AP) — Shares rose Monday in Asia after last...
Sushi lovers rejoice: Sushi Tokyo reopens 9 months...
views 114
TWIN FALLS — Sushi Tokyo opened its doors Monday a...
World Bosai Forum/International Disaster and Risk ...
views 80
With the participation of diverse experts and citi...
Japan's third-quarter growth rate revised dow...
views 117
Japan's economy grew much slower than initially es...
Mitsubishi UFJ: The Quintessential Megabank At A G...
views 150
Mitsubishi UFJ is the biggest Japanese retail and ...
Tokyo Steel holds product prices unchanged for a t...
views 196
"We are sticking to the current prices as the over...
China marks Nanking Massacre by offering Japan ‘fr...
views 71
the official Xinhua news agency said, telling them...
Taiwan rescuers search building for 7 missing in e...
views 40
Hundreds of rescuers were on the scene, including ...
Energised Challenge by Tokyo Governor Exposes Risk...
views 70
TOKYO (Reuters) - A fast-growing challenge by Toky...