Thursday, January 2, 2014

World's Most Expensive Fish

A Bluefin tuna the worlds most expensive fish was sold at Tokyo’s Tsukiji market for an all-time high of 155.4 million yen, or 1.8 million dollars



“The price was a bit high,But I hope we can encourage Japan by providing good tuna.” the winning bidder Kiyoshi Kimura told the Kyodo News Agency.
The winning bidder Kiyoshi Kimura notified the Kyodo report Agency. He operates the Sushi Zanmai bistro chain, which claims to be Japan’s first 24-hour, 365-days-a-year sushi bar.

Bluefin tuna the worlds most expensive fish was sold at Tokyo’s Tsukiji market for an all-time high of 155.4 million yen, or 1.8 million dollars, according to the affiliated Press. Japanese consume up to 80% of the world’s falling tuna supply. Ever higher prices origin alarm amidst environmentalists fearing farther depletion.


The expensive fish's breakable blush and red meat is admired for sushi and sashimi. The best slices of blubbery bluefin  alleged "o-toro" actuality  can advertise for 2,000 yen ($24) per section at upmarket Tokyo sushi bars.

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