Check out behind-the-scenes photos from the Tokyo episode of Bizarre Foods.
Chef Yamada shows Andrew how every bit of the tuna, including its bloodline and tail, can make a delectable meal.
Chef Yamada serves the giant tuna head and performs a ceremony of reverence for this beloved but increasingly rare fish.
A perfect stranger shares some of her sashimi with Andrew -- proof of the famous Japanese hospitality.
Participants in Cosplay (short for 'costume play') become characters to escape the roles of strict Japanese society.
'Help, I've fallen for Cosplay, and I can't get enough!' Playing dress-up is a popular pastime in Tokyo.
Quirky inventor Dr. Yoshiro Nakamatsu greets Andrew and invites him for a ride in his water-powered car.
Dr. Nakamats has photographed every meal he has eaten over the last 37 years. He plans on living to the age of 144.
Cooking horumon was no problem for Andrew. Understanding the slightly drunken Japanese customers was a different matter.
Visitors to the Meiji shrine are asked to leave their wishes hanging on an ancient tree in the courtyard.
A pair of sumo wrestlers pair off in their daily morning training session. These athletes live and train together.
A sumo wrestler, called a rishiki, consumes as many as 20,000 calories a day; however they are very muscular and limber.