8 thoughts on “Japanese Sushi Documentary

  1. I shall apply what I have learned when next dining in your brother’s home.

    And then I’ll blame you!!! That was hilarious!

  2. I e-mailed it to him, and to Vincent. Neither has had anything to say. Yet.

    I have to say I haven’t laughed that hard in a long time.

  3. Sorry, I went to bed as soon as I got home from School of Community last night.

    Bwahahaha! Hilarious. These guys are a comedy duo called “Rahmens”–they’re also in the Japanese versions of Apple’s Mac vs. PC ads.

  4. Now, much of it is funny in any language, but I’m sure that there are things that we just aren’t getting since we don’t speak Japanese nor do we know what really are things you do or don’t want to do in a sushi bar.

  5. Well, you don’t put the plates on your feet, or wipe the floor with your wet towel (they do wash them, BTW), or eat the salt they put outside the door to keep out the evil spirits. And they don’t make sushi from recycled fish or pasta.

    You do pour beer/sake for others (although these days men pour for the ladies as well). And you do pick up the sushi with your fingers as shown and dip it in the soy sauce upside down–but not so much that it soaks the rice and makes it fall apart.

    Should I go on? 🙂

  6. The first paragraph I could figure out. 🙂

    The second paragraph comprises things I have learned from you over the years (Though you never have taken me to a sushi bar!).

  7. The best had to be the description for eating the salt at the end. “This is an atmosphere of relaxed manners and is a perfect time to apologise for mistakes at work.” I do have to admit having such a taste for salt that even though I knew why it was there, I still thought “That’d be a great service for businesses to actually provide!”

    Though I use chopsticks for sushi, because it is so naughty using them left-handed. And I always add wasabi to my soya sauce, because I know best!!!

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