‘Save Tsukiji’: Protests as Tokyo fish market nears closure

Braving steady typhoon-driven rain, several hundred protesters held a demonstration on Saturday in Tokyo against the closure of Tsukiji, the world’s biggest fish market and a lucrative tourist magnet. …
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