Submission by neja


I strongly believe that visiting a local market is one of the best ways of soaking up the culture and getting better insight into the culinary scene. Since fish is such an integral part of Japanese cuisine no trip to Tokyo should go without a visit to Tsukiji Fish Market, especially if you are a seafood lover. Being one of the oldest and biggest wholesale fish markets in the world a visit to Tsukiji will definitely have your senses go active. The market is sprawling, organized yet chaotic, bustling and crowded with fishmongers, chefs and ever so curious tourists; you smell fish, you see fish and you eat fish at every corner.

Breaking Boundaries: Travel and Documentary Awards 2020

Welcome to the open submission rounds of the Lomography Annual Photography Awards: the TEN AND ONE 2020! Showcase your best travel and documentary photographs and be the champ of our Breaking Boundaries category.

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