]Iconic Tsukiji Market, which served as Japan’s largest fish and produce market since 1935, closed on October 6, 2018, reopening as Toyosu Market just 4 days later. That’s some feat, considering that this is one of the largest wholesale fish markets in the world, handling about 2,000 tons daily of seafood consumed in and around Tokyo. Whereas Tsukiji used to allow visitors to roam freely around its tuna auction site and wholesale stalls, over the years an increasing number of visitors forced ever more restrictions. To deal with its celebrity status, Toyosu Market prohibits visitors from its wholesale floor altogether, restricting them to observation platforms from which to view the action. And there’s a lot going on, with men in black rubber boots rushing wheelbarrows and forklifts through the aisles, hawkers shouting, and knives chopping and slicing. Like at Tsukiji, Toyosu has restaurants serving the freshest sushi you’ll ever taste along with shops, but it also offers displays relating to the market and a rooftop garden with views of the waterfront. Its prime location makes it integral to development for the 2020 Olympics. Remaining is Tskuji’s Outer Market (Jogai), where you can wander rows of retail shops and stalls selling seafood, dried fish and, seaweed, knives, and cooking utensils.