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Kiyoshi Kimura, president of Kiyomura Co., left, cuts a bluefin tuna in front of his Sushi Zanmai restaurant near Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012. michael kors belts for women The bluefin tuna caught off northeastern Japan fetched a record 56.49 million yen, or about $736,000, in the first auction of the year at the fish market. The tuna was caught off Oma in Aomori prefecture and just north of the coast that dark brown bags was battered by the March 11 tsunami. Shizuo Kambayashi/AP Kiyoshi Kimura, president of Kiyomura Co., left, cuts a bluefin tuna in front of his Sushi Zanmai restaurant near Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012. The bluefin tuna caught off northeastern Japan fetched a record 56.49 million yen, or about $736,000, in Shopping Online Designer the first auction of the year at the fish market. The tuna was caught off Oma in Aomori prefecture and just north of the coast White Cross Body Bag that was battered by the March 11 tsunami.Related Stories Foreign visitors flock back to post-disaster Japan 2 Japanese airlines ground Boeing 787 Dreamliners after emergency landing Earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 strikes Japan in same region devastated by earthquake and tsunami in brand name handbags cheap 2011, small tsunami waves reported Watch: Typhoon Jelawat FLIPS over car as it causes havoc across Japan The president of a Japanese sushi chain spent some serious clams at a Tokyo fish market Thursday, shelling out $736,000 for a single bluefin tuna.Kiyoshi Kimura said he sprang for the 593-pound tuna to boost Japan's flagging fish economy, which was ravaged by the tsunami and earthquake of March 2011."Japan has been through a lot the last year due to the disaster," Kiyoshi Kimura, president of Kiyomura Co., which operates the Sushi-Zanmai restaurant chain, told The Associated Press."Japan needs to hang in there. So I tried hard myself and ended up buying the most expensive one."The winning bid, 56.49 million yen, set a record, nearly doubling last year's high bid of 32.49 million yen, or about $416,000, AP reported.The record-setting whopper was reeled in off the coast of Oma, in Aomori prefecture, just north of the tsunami's strike Michaels Kors Bag zone.In a further act of New Year's charity, Kimura had the fish, which he purchased at the first auction of the year, fileted into 10,000 pieces and sold to sushi vendors at regular prices."It's unbelievable. President Kimura is so generous. I have to say thank you to him," one buyer, Kosuke Shimogawara, 51, told the AP.Bluefins are prized by sushi slingers for their lush red meat, and a single slice can command upward of $25 at Tokyo restaurants.The fish have sold for an average of around $150,000 at markets over the past 15 years, Bloomberg reported.With News Wire Services
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