I don't know which country made this video, but it's really funny. The Japanese government issued a declarative statement about creating a "Japanese food recognition system" in 2007, but they didn't follow through with this plan. This year, the government created a sushi police, mainly to promote better food safety and hygiene standards, not to regulate taste or presentation. But some people don't like this system. I understand this reaction, we Japanese have taken liberties with making really strange pizzas and burgers. Recently, a terrible "Udon burger" was announced, the filling is fried udon with soy sauce and green onion.
I laughed when I read this article: Japanese are silent bombs. It means that Japanese people aren't directly confrontational, but will wait to air their complaints on the web. For example, they won't complain if they receive poor service at a hotel, but they will write a bad review on the web later.
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