Even before coronavirus, soaring fish prices and competition from big chains had wiped out more than half of Japan's traditional sushi restaurants. With most owners at or near retirement, the pandemic is accelerating the demise of neighborhood sushi.
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Published: 2020-12-06 09:50 am
The vanishing art of sushi
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