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Sushi shop sorry for excessive amounts of wasabi served to foreigners

Have you ever played that drinking game where the loser has to neck large amounts of wasabi while their mates gawp at streaming eyes and nose dribble? Ahh, fun times, eh?! Wasabi is one of those things that should a foreigner show any degree of acceptance or dexterity in the handling of it, they’ll be lauded with praise from their Japanese hosts. A bit like chop sticks! There’s only so much kick any human can take from the powerful green stuff though, and the wasabi endurance test was taken too far by a sushi restaurant in Osaka recently.
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