[sumo] GREAT ANNOUNCEMENT

Joshua Maciel joshua.maciel at gmail.com
Fri Apr 27 10:33:06 EDT 2007


Perhaps part of it is also the ability to be almost entirely incognito in
the US, which is probably somewhat of a rarity in Japan?

- Joshua Maciel

On 4/27/07, Christopher Long <cslong at garlandisd.net> wrote:
>
> I would also assume that a Sushi restaurant in LA is quite different from
> ones in Japan, but I could be wrong.
>
> Chris
>
> >>> Joe Kuroda <joe_kuroda at yahoo.com> 04/27/07 08:38AM >>>
> --- Linda Dizi <lindadizi at yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> >  We then left them in peace to enjoy their dinner
> > and
> >  saw Musashimaru and Akinoshima cheerfully
> >  eating HUGE plates of toro, etc. as we left.  The
> >  strange thing (to us) was that no one else, except
> >  for the sushi chefs, knew who these esteemed
> > customers
>
> Thanks for the great tip.
>
> But I wonder if they are in LA for just two days, whey
> would they bother to go to a sushi restaurant with all
> kinds of restaurants there they cannot regularly visit
> while in Japan.
>
> But I guess it's their comfort zone.
>
> .....Jonosuke
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