Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo, Japan * Over 2,000 tones of fresh fish pass through the cavernous Tsjukiji Fish Market each day, supplying 90 percent of all the fish consumed in Tokyo. Wander the aisles and encounter sea creatures you never knew existed. If you'd like to sample the good, the outer market's no-frills restaurants are excellent.
THE BIGGEST AND BEST GUINNESS WORLD RECORD-BREAKING FOODS Here, we present the world's largest foods—from a plate of nachos that weighed half as much as a Southeast Asian forest elephant, to a 1.5 mile sushi roll. WRITTEN BY MATTHEW SCHONFELD | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 AT 8:51 AM. Photo: Guinness World Records Facebook
Following the major news from New Hampshire, where the Nonni's Italian Eatery restaurant has created the new world record largest meatball - weighing in at an impressive 222.5lb (101kg) - we take a look at five more record-breaking biggest foods.