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  • When you first think of Asian drinks, your mind automatically jumps to milk tea.

But what many may not have realized is that there are tons of different drinks available right at your fingertips. All you have to do is visit your local Asian supermarket, or even hunt around your regular supermarket! You might be surprised. Here are nine asian drinks that you should get your hands on!

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  • When you first think of Asian drinks, your mind automatically jumps to milk tea. But what many may not have realized is that there are tons of different drinks available right at your fingertips. All you have to do is visit your local Asian supermarket, or even hunt around your regular supermarket! You might be surprised. Here are nine asian drinks that you should get your hands on! Follow @nsnomtime for more like this!
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  • A world-famous fish market in Tokyo, Japan recently closed its doors to its customers, marking the end of an era of serving the local community of Tsukiji and its surrounding areas with some of the world’s best quality seafood for 83 fruitful years. 
Tsukiji Market, considered as the largest wholesale seafood market in the world, held its final day of business on Saturday before closing for the scheduled move to a new site next week.

First constructed in 1935, the market/tourist attraction situated between Ginza and the Sumida River, was forced to relocate after the Japanese government decided to move the market to Toyosu, which is about 3.5 kilometers (2.2 miles) away.

Loyal customers were joined by throngs of foreign visitors as they bade farewell to Tsukiji Market on its last day, according to Soranews24.

Even on its final day, the atmosphere that made the market so popular was captured in the images that visitors later posted on social media.

The market sprung to life with activity at around 3 a.m. as goods were transported around the facility even before the break of dawn.

A larger than usual crowd of spectators and photographers witnessed how fishmongers did their routine inspections of samples in preparation for the momentous last auctions.

Soon people were lining up at the market’s restaurants along Uogashi Yokocho to have a taste of the freshly caught fish.

While it was business as usual throughout the morning, the mood shifted to a more somber tone as the market drew to a close around noon. 
Traders and stall owners bade their farewells to the market which, for many of them, has helped them earn a living for decades. 
Some of them remained positive in keeping their customers as they move their businesses to Toyosu. Others, however, decided to give up their trade and close shop entirely. 
The new site, which is set to open for business on October 11 (and to tourists on October 13), will be an indoor facility which is a departure from the open-air style of Tsukiji Market.

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  • A world-famous fish market in Tokyo, Japan recently closed its doors to its customers, marking the end of an era of serving the local community of Tsukiji and its surrounding areas with some of the world’s best quality seafood for 83 fruitful years. Tsukiji Market, considered as the largest wholesale seafood market in the world, held its final day of business on Saturday before closing for the scheduled move to a new site next week. First constructed in 1935, the market/tourist attraction situated between Ginza and the Sumida River, was forced to relocate after the Japanese government decided to move the market to Toyosu, which is about 3.5 kilometers (2.2 miles) away. Loyal customers were joined by throngs of foreign visitors as they bade farewell to Tsukiji Market on its last day, according to Soranews24. Even on its final day, the atmosphere that made the market so popular was captured in the images that visitors later posted on social media. The market sprung to life with activity at around 3 a.m. as goods were transported around the facility even before the break of dawn. A larger than usual crowd of spectators and photographers witnessed how fishmongers did their routine inspections of samples in preparation for the momentous last auctions. Soon people were lining up at the market’s restaurants along Uogashi Yokocho to have a taste of the freshly caught fish. While it was business as usual throughout the morning, the mood shifted to a more somber tone as the market drew to a close around noon. Traders and stall owners bade their farewells to the market which, for many of them, has helped them earn a living for decades. Some of them remained positive in keeping their customers as they move their businesses to Toyosu. Others, however, decided to give up their trade and close shop entirely. The new site, which is set to open for business on October 11 (and to tourists on October 13), will be an indoor facility which is a departure from the open-air style of Tsukiji Market. Follow @nsnomtime for more stories like this!
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  • There is a restaurant in Tokyo, Japan that challenges its customers to finish a whole order of gyoza in under an hour — if they are able to finish it, it’s free, but the catch is that the size of this monster is equivalent to 100 pieces of normal gyoza serving.

This challenge can be found in Kagurazaka Hanten in Tokyo, known as the home of the most famous jumbo food challenges in the capital. For this specific challenge, customers are dared to finish a humongous serving of gyoza that is believed to weigh more than 5.5 pounds (2.4 kilograms) in one hour or less by themselves.

And just like any challenges, food related or not, this also comes with its own rules that those who wish to give it a shot must adhere to.

A person would most definitely have trouble finishing this Mount Everest of a Japanese dumpling. Notice how big it is when they try to cut it in half!

One can’t help but admit that the inside, which consists of minced pork and other vegetables all wrapped by a delicious-looking dough, looks tasty. And look at that oozing oil!

At a glance, it looks like the challenge is somewhat doable, according to Red Duck Post who took on the challenge.

It turns out, however, that it is so excruciatingly difficult to pull through that the person eating the challenge had to resort to using soy sauce.

In the end, the person in the video only managed to finish half of the Godzilla gyoza despite the aid of soy sauce.

This, of course, wouldn’t be a real challenge without the ultimate prize. If you finish this whole serving, you get it for free. But if you don’t, you have to cough up 10,080 Japanese yen ($97) for the meal.

Think you are brave enough to take on the challenge?

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  • There is a restaurant in Tokyo, Japan that challenges its customers to finish a whole order of gyoza in under an hour — if they are able to finish it, it’s free, but the catch is that the size of this monster is equivalent to 100 pieces of normal gyoza serving. This challenge can be found in Kagurazaka Hanten in Tokyo, known as the home of the most famous jumbo food challenges in the capital. For this specific challenge, customers are dared to finish a humongous serving of gyoza that is believed to weigh more than 5.5 pounds (2.4 kilograms) in one hour or less by themselves. And just like any challenges, food related or not, this also comes with its own rules that those who wish to give it a shot must adhere to. A person would most definitely have trouble finishing this Mount Everest of a Japanese dumpling. Notice how big it is when they try to cut it in half! One can’t help but admit that the inside, which consists of minced pork and other vegetables all wrapped by a delicious-looking dough, looks tasty. And look at that oozing oil! At a glance, it looks like the challenge is somewhat doable, according to Red Duck Post who took on the challenge. It turns out, however, that it is so excruciatingly difficult to pull through that the person eating the challenge had to resort to using soy sauce. In the end, the person in the video only managed to finish half of the Godzilla gyoza despite the aid of soy sauce. This, of course, wouldn’t be a real challenge without the ultimate prize. If you finish this whole serving, you get it for free. But if you don’t, you have to cough up 10,080 Japanese yen ($97) for the meal. Think you are brave enough to take on the challenge? Follow @nsnomtime for more stories like this!
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