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The issue was being debated for several years, but more seriously since 2010, when local authorities leaned toward this decision. The protests of the population were in vain. It was one of the most visited places in the Japanese capital, but it no longer is. The Tsukiji market finally closed doors last Saturday, leaving behind a history dating back to 1935 (with retail outlets from the 17th century) that made it the largest seafood market in the world. It is estimated that daily trades in Tsukiji involved five million [...]

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