Tuesday, August 29, 2017

GSC Tickets Giveaway: Preview Screening of Tsukiji Wonderland

By Aiman Azri


Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market, renowned as the world’s largest fish market, is where millions flock to every year for fresh seafood bargains, tuna auctions and sushi meals. A documentary film on this destination, Tsukiji Wonderland, is part of the 2017 Japanese Film Festival and will open exclusively at Golden Screen Cinemas on 7 September 2017.

Readers of Eat Drink KL are invited for an intimate exploration of Tsukiji Fish Market by enjoying a special advance screening, courtesy of GSC International Screens.

Tsukiji Wonderland
Date: 6 September 2017, 9:00 pm
Venue: GSC Mid Valley

Redemption Details:

To obtain (2) complimentary tickets, just show this article at GSC Mid Valley (Priority Lane Counter) from 30 August (Wednesday) at 10:00 am until 6 September 2017 (Wednesday), 9:00 pm.

Each person is entitled to two tickets per screenshot (first come, first served, while stocks last).

Tsukiji Wonderland will officially screen starting 7 September exclusively at selected GSC cinemas: GSC Mid Valley, GSC Pavilion KL, GSC 1 Utama, GSC Nu Sentral, GSC Gurney Plaza in Penang, GSC Suria Sabah in Kota Kinabalu and GSC CityOne Megamall in Kuching. You can watch the official trailer here

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Tsukiji Wonderland Official Synopsis

Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo is significant not only by its scale but by the unique role it has played in Japanese food culture. About 2,000 tons of fish arrive at Tsukiji every morning. There are about 700 intermediate whole sellers called ‘nakaoroshi’ running their own fish shops under one roof.

Through the lives of professionals working at Tsukiji, the film portrays how the market has been the centre of the nation’s culinary culture and helped Japanese food culture to flourish as we know it today. 


Tsukiji Wonderland images courtesy of Golden Screen Cinemas.


  1. It's great that they've made a documentary of Tsukiji market before it moves from its home of more than 80 years. The pic of the ikura caught my attention...I didn't know it can be harvested from the salmon's belly all connected and intact like that...hehe! ^_~

    1. Contact.ewew: that's a cool observation about the roe! i wouldn't mind catching this movie too :D

  2. WWOWWWW!! Thank you so much! I will try to be there and hope to bump into you. Will you recognize meeeee???

    1. Twilight Man: hope you enjoy the movie if you manage to make it there! unfortunately, i won't be able to make it that night! :D