Spotted at kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi.
I’m not the whale protector type or anything, but I’m not really a fan of putting raw mammal meat into my mouth. It’s probably just the way we were brought up – as Ailin’d pointed out, a French person would probably not have had any problem giving it a try. I am rather curious how it tastes, though. Hmm.
Oyako sushi, literally ‘mother-and-child’. It’s not too clear in the picture, but that’s salmon meat and salmon roe on the sushi. Funny stuff. It’s also helped Ailin realise where oyako-don gets its name from. The Japanese have a wicked sense of humour! =D