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December 31, 2006

Japanese Sushi

Filed under: — laurenzb @ 10:33 am


Japanese Sushi, originally uploaded by laurenz.

eaten together with a portion of “bif-tan” (that is how it appeared on the menu, actually the Japanese version would be “Gyu-tan” and the English one “beef tongue”) as set menu in a Matsushima restaurant.
I preferred the sushi.

3 Responses to “Japanese Sushi”

  1. jjjjjj Says:

    I LOVE SUSHI!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Sadao Says:

    This is a beautiful presentation. I can at least have five plates of these.

  3. Atiqur Rahman Arman Says:

    I love sushi!

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