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CJ93 Sushi in Tsukiji 築地の寿司
SynopsisIt's a set of eight sushi pieces, including medium-fatty tuna, salmon roe and others. It's a truly satisfying and fresh feed of sushi as only Tsukiji can offer.
Keyword: sushi, Tsukiji
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