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5 reasons to catch "Tsukiji Wonderland"!


Date Posted: 08 September 2017

Among the many movies offered at this year's Japanese Film Festival (JFF), one that stands out is "Tsukiji Wonderland". The documentary by Naotaro Endo chronicles the ins and outs of the impressive fish market that has stood the test of time and remains as one of Japan's great attractions. Built during the Edo era, the fish and seafood from Tsukiji serve as the core of "washoku", the traditional cuisine of Japan which has been added to the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2012. Here we list down our reasons why this movie is a must-watch, so don't forget to catch it at selected GSC Cinemas today. Get "Tsukiji Wonderland" showtimes HERE!


Tsukiji Market is an impressive wonderland – it is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood
market in theworld and has been around for 80 years! So it pays to learn more about it.


It is so famous that even tourists flock the area. How often do you hear a fish market being
a tourist attraction? You can tour it too just by watching this movie.


The plethora of fish and other fresh seafood available will make your mouth water as you
watch the movie. It's a good watch for those looking to expand their seafood menu.

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Writer: Florey DM



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