The $1.8 million price tag—which works out to about $2,960 per pound—makes the tuna the second most expensive fish on record. More from Robb Report Phillips Sold a Record $111 Million in ...
Sushi made from the expensive bluefin tuna was served at a restaurant run by the buyer, Kiyoshi Kimura. A 278-kilogram (610-pound) bluefin tuna sold for a record 333.6 million yen ($3.1 million ...
TOKYO — A 612-pound (278-kilogram) bluefin tuna sold for a record 333.6 million yen ($3 million) at the first auction of 2019, after Tokyo's famed Tsukiji market was moved to a new site on the ...
Sushi just got a heck of a lot more expensive, you guys! A record has been set in Japan for the most expensive bluefin tuna ever caught and sold. At Thursday's first fish auction in Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market, a 593-pound bluefin tuna fetched 56.49 million yen, or about $736,000.
A rare fish thought to be one of the world's most expensive species has found its way into Chichester Harbour. A Japanese sushi boss once forked out £2.5m for a similar Bluefin tuna.
The most expensive food items ever sold at auction. ... Japan's "Tuna King," Kiyoshi Kimura, paid more than $630,000 for a 467-pound tuna at Tokyo's legendary Tsukiji fish-market auction. But that ...
The most expensive ones are often rare thus too hard to scout; they will require quite an investment. Below is a list of the most expensive seafood of all time. 1. Bluefin Tuna - $176,000. This seafood comes from Tokyo, Japan. Although the fish costs $3,603 per pound, it was sold at $1.76 Million in the year 2003. It was also sold at $176,000 ...
Cost: $3,603 per pound (bought at $1.76 million in 2013) Where it came from: Tokyo, Japan Why it’s so expensive: The king of the sushi game, Kiyoshi Kimura, currently holds the record for the most amount of money spent on a bluefin tuna—buying it at a hefty $1.76 million dollars in 2013.The fish can be eaten at specialty restaurants scattered throughout Japan.
Price – up to $7000 per pound. 10. Almas Caviar. Fish eggs coming from Beluga Sturgeon have markable golden colour. A single tin is going to cost you $25,000. 11. Frozen Haute Sundae. One of the most expensive desserts in the world, this also have edible food in it and when you reach the bottom you find a dimond braclet. You can keep it. 12.
Paul Hebert, a star of National Geographic's Wicked Tuna reality show, was fined $5,000 and must pay $53,600 for getting disability payments despite appearing his laborious fishing job.