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IF you're enjoying sushi in a restaurant and a man is peering over your
shoulder and taking an unusually close interest in your food, do not take
offense. The gentleman could be a sushi policeman appointed by Tokyo to
check on the "Japanese-ness" of Japanese restaurants.



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On 2006-12-03 03:14:10 -0800, "NG2000" said:

http://www.ng2000.com/news.php?tp=sushi

IF you're enjoying sushi in a restaurant and a man is peering over your
shoulder and taking an unusually close interest in your food, do not take
offense. The gentleman could be a sushi policeman appointed by Tokyo to
check on the "Japanese-ness" of Japanese restaurants.


More likely they'll be following the actions of the chef, not snooping
over your plate.
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Maybe a KGB agent?

Gerry wrote:
On 2006-12-03 03:14:10 -0800, "NG2000" said:

http://www.ng2000.com/news.php?tp=sushi

IF you're enjoying sushi in a restaurant and a man is peering over your
shoulder and taking an unusually close interest in your food, do not take
offense. The gentleman could be a sushi policeman appointed by Tokyo to
check on the "Japanese-ness" of Japanese restaurants.


More likely they'll be following the actions of the chef, not snooping
over your plate.

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On Sun, 3 Dec 2006 03:14:10 -0800, "NG2000" wrote:

http://www.ng2000.com/news.php?tp=sushi

IF you're enjoying sushi in a restaurant and a man is peering over your
shoulder and taking an unusually close interest in your food, do not take
offense. The gentleman could be a sushi policeman appointed by Tokyo to
check on the "Japanese-ness" of Japanese restaurants.

I swear, I'll poke him in the eye with my hashi! No fair making the
evil eye at my sushi!
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http://www.ng2000.com/news.php?tp=sushi

IF you're enjoying sushi in a restaurant and a man is peering over your
shoulder and taking an unusually close interest in your food, do not take
offense. The gentleman could be a sushi policeman appointed by Tokyo to
check on the "Japanese-ness" of Japanese restaurants.



In Napoli they have similar "Pizza" police to make sure that authentic
Neapolitan Pizzas are authentic Neapolitan Pizzas.
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