Tsukiji Wonderland
The Tsukiji Market is the biggest fish and seafood market in the world. Why does Tsukiji continue to fascinate people around the world over the years? The Tsukiji Market well known as "Japan's Lively Kitchen", is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. The market was built about 80 years ago, when it has moved from Nihonbashi area to Tsukiji area in central Tokyo. It continues to attract people throughout its rich history. Fish and seafood from Tsukiji coloring the Japanese tables and functions as the core of "Washoku", the Japanese cuisine which is noted as Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2012 by UNESCO. This film will show you the passion of people in Tsukiji in trading and the important essence of Japanese traditional cuisine.     View film reviews
DIRECTOR Naotaro Endo
PRODUCERS Maiko Teshima
SCREENPLAY Naotaro Endo
YEAR 2016
LENGTH 110 mins
CAST Jiro Ono / Rene Redzepi / Theodore C. Bestor
CLASSIFICATION All ages
[embed]https://youtu.be/H7poRRI2zAM[/embed]
The Tsukiji Market is the biggest fish and seafood market in the world. Why does Tsukiji continue to fascinate people around the world over the years? The Tsukiji Market well known as "Japan's Lively Kitchen", is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. The market was built about 80 years ago, when it has moved from Nihonbashi area to Tsukiji area in central Tokyo. It continues to attract people throughout its rich history. Fish and seafood from Tsukiji coloring the Japanese tables and functions as the core of "Washoku", the Japanese cuisine which is noted as Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2012 by UNESCO. This film will show you the passion of people in Tsukiji in trading and the important essence of Japanese traditional cuisine.    
DIRECTOR Naotaro Endo
PRODUCERS Maiko Teshima
SCREENPLAY Naotaro Endo
YEAR 2016
LENGTH 110 mins
CAST Jiro Ono / Rene Redzepi / Theodore C. Bestor
CLASSIFICATION All ages
[embed]https://youtu.be/H7poRRI2zAM[/embed]
View film reviews