• Nicolas Wauters

Tsukishima Island

Tsukishima island

Tsukishima is an artificial island in Tokyo Bay. Created over 100 years ago using earth that was dredged from the bay during the construction of a shipping channel.

Areas of the island were redeveloped into residential high-rise buildings that are really photogenic. But you can still find remnants of the atmosphere of old Tokyo.

Tsukishima is also famous for Monjayaki, a Japanese dish with different ingredients, such as seafood, meat, and vegetables, mixed into the batter.