On July 1st, members of the Shizuoka Community gathered in Numazu to attempt to break the Guinness World Record for longest line of edible fish. Prior to July 1st, the record was 2,176 fish. Those in Numazu attempted to break this record by lining up 3,000 fish, in which they were successful!
The event began at 10:00 am near the Kano River, where participants enjoyed the river scenery while lining up the fish. It didn’t take too long to break the record, as there were nearly 1,000 people in attendance, including Shizuoka AJET President, Catie Meehan. Catie said that it was an enjoyable way to spend a Sunday morning, and it was nice to have been part of breaking a Guinness World Record in Japan.
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