Fishy Facts: Tokyo's Tsukiji Market In Figures
The estimated cost of the move in yen (equivalent to $5.2 billion).
The record amount in yen (equivalent to $1.8 million) paid for a 222-kilogram bluefin tuna at the 2013 New Year's Day auction by Kiyoshi Kimura, Japan's self-styled "Tuna King".
The size in square metres (4.4 million square feet) of the new Toyosu market. Equivalent to 76 American football fields, it is nearly twice as large as the old market at Tsukiji.
The estimated "population" of Tsukiji, including employees and regular buyers.
The number of pieces of sushi expected from the biggest tuna ever sold at a New Year auction -- a whopper weighing 405 kilograms (893 pounds) snapped up this year for 36.5 million yen ($321,000).
The amount, in tonnes, of fish, fruit and vegetables that change hands daily at Tsukiji.
The number of items left at the lost-and-found at Tsukiji in 2015. Items left behind often include seafood, such as live octopus or horse mackerel.
The number of different kinds of seafood handled at Tsukiji every day.
The amount, in kilograms (661 pounds), of rat poison expected to be used as part of the Tsukiji anti-rat operation after its closure, along with 40,000 sticky sheets to catch rodents.
The number of different types of fruit and vegetables sold in Tsukiji.
The amount, in tonnes, of ice made each day at Tsukiji to keep fish fresh.
The maximum number of spectators allowed at the world-famous tuna auctions. Tourists start queueing as early as 2 am to get a place at the event, which is kicked off by the pealing of handbells at 5:30 am.
The precise temperature, in Celsius, that the tuna action must be kept at.