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Glow-in-the-Dark Japanese Sushi a Big Hit
TOKYO, Japan, 2011-05-13 The contamination of food from radiation leaked by Japan’s failing nuclear reactors has a surprising bright spot: sales of glow-in-the dark sushi are skyrocketing.
“Call it food or call it a fad,” said Tanaki Toro, a famed Sushi chef in Tokyo, “but I call it spectacular.
“You eat the sushi and then go clubbing, and you glow in the dark too. It’s so fun!”
One young clubber, who said her nickname was Hiroshima Hana, said she now attracts much more attention from young men.
“They all want to dance with me.”
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