Human Sushi – Interpretive Sushi Dances Sponsored by the Norwegian Seafood Council

We should probably add a new category to the blog, something along the lines of  “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up.”  This post would certainly fit. The Norwegian Seafood Council has sponsored Human Sushi, a series of  dances to interpret sushi and sashimi recipes.  From their website:

The Human Sushi is a performance group that interprets sushi recipes in their own way. This cheerful gang is led by Arthur, an energetic Norwegian speaking Frenchman. Together they dance until both maki, nigiri and sashimi. Which dance performance do you like best? 

The Human Sushi – Nigiri


The Human Sushi – Sashimi

The Human Sushi – Maki

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5 Responses to Human Sushi – Interpretive Sushi Dances Sponsored by the Norwegian Seafood Council

  1. Phil says:

    You can forget sushi and sashimi eating for a long time:
    TOKYO: A fish contaminated with radiation levels more than 2,500 times the legal limit has been caught near Japan’s crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, its operator said Friday. http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-1-155261-Radiation-in-fish
    Japan finds high radiation levels in fish: TEPCO
    (AFP) – 1 day ago

    TOKYO — A fish contaminated with radiation levels more than 2,500 times the legal limit has been caught near Japan’s crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, its operator said Friday.
    Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) said caesium equivalent to 254,000 becquerels per kilogramme — or 2,540 times more than the government seafood limit — was detected in a “murasoi” fish. http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5g-u35SA7X3umEbsg9H08OWm1UHew?docId=CNG.1b97d97c19ef1173f82b9ae0a3321f2d.4b1

  2. Rick Spilman says:

    Fortunately not all fish swim near Fukishima.

  3. Rick Spilman says:

    Louis,

    Nyotaimori is definitely more interesting than interpretive dance.

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