A Few Days in Tokyo (Part II)
(For Part I, Click Here)
Vending machines on every corner and alley pump out endless cans and bottles. An abundance of packaging seals in products sold at convenience stores. Yet, the streets are surprisingly clean despite the complete lack of public trashcans. Seriously, there are no trashcans in this country.
The next day we decided that sushi for breakfast was a good idea. Well, at least that’s what you’re supposed to do at Tsukiji Fish Market. The fresh fish arrives in the morning, vendors auction it off and sell it to buyers, then restaurants serve it. However, eating at one of the sushi restaurants located conveniently next to the market, allows tourists and raw fish connoisseurs to jump the line and eat some super fresh fish.
There are dozens of sushi restaurants around the fish market. We picked one with a short…