Here's a bunch of the fish pics that didn't fit in the original post. Enjoy!
You can even get them live.
The lonely salmon waiting its' turn.
The quick way to cut fish - with a band saw. Don't worry, it's frozen.
Bronwen inspects loin cuts used for inspection at the frozen auction.
More stuff I don't know.
Looks like something dried. Need vinegar and rice!
Cutting out fillets for sale.
This guy is cutting up some sort of eel type of creature. They were live and he pinned them down with that sharp spike and went to town on them. His knife work was amazing. Must have watched him for ten minutes.
Some sort of eel.
Looks like little squid - maybe smoked?
Little fish of some sort. About $12.75.
Kinda ironic how uni is yanked out of their original casing only to be placed in these pretty boxes.
Some very fresh fish.
Some sort of mussel type food for $25.
Crabs for $32.
Oysters from $63 all the way up to $118!
Blue crabs for $21.
That's a pretty angry-looking crab.
Ah, prawns! Cheap at $30!
A couple of vendor awaiting the morning rush.
Tuna for $21 per kilo.
This had to be some of the most expensive tuna at the market at 11,000 Yen or $93 per kilo!!!
Tuna tail ends. About $8.50 each.
Is that beef for $42 per kilo? Hell no, it's TUNA!!!!