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Japan's Tsukiji fish market to stop tourist tuna viewings as it prepares to relocate

TOKYO – Tokyo’s famous Tsukiji fish market will stop admitting tourists to watch its pre-dawn tuna auctions next month, as it prepares to move locations on Oct 11, a spokeswoman said Tuesday (Aug 21).

After more than 80 years in operation Tsukiji, the world’s largest fish market and a popular tourist attraction in an area packed with restaurants and shops, will move east to Toyosu, the site of a former gas plant.

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