Tokyo Fish market
The origins of Tokyo Fish trace back to the mid-1900s. Husband and wife Isamu and Tazuye Fujita operated a bait shop on San Pablo Avenue. Wanting to get into the food business, they left the bait industry and opened up Tokyo Fish Market in 1963.
When Tokyo Fish Market opened, it was located in a 1,700 square-foot building. It featured many Japanese grocery items as well as a respectable selection of fresh fish.