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Japanese Tradition: Sushi

Japan, 2002 (MIFF 2003, Documentary)

Director: Junji Kojima

Become the Perfect Japanese, with this step by step mock educational video. Japanese Tradition is fun, quirky and very cool. When exploring Dogeza, the art of apology, and Sushi, the art of eating sushi, the irony is ever-present—and tradition and courtesy have never been so amusing or hip!

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