It’s the traditional midsummer day in Tokyo -- that means it's time to eat eel.
Grilled eel is a delicacy in Japan, and eating it is thought to be a good way to beat the heat.
A shop in downtown Tokyo has stocked three to four times the usual amount of eel to prepare for the crowds.
But there's a problem. The catch of Japanese eel is plummeting, and prices have almost tripled since 2011.