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Daihatsu Days: A Brief Memoir From the Japanese Road

Daihatsu Days: A Brief Memoir From the Japanese Road

by Zach Mann January 10, 2016

A Japan food road trip, from Kochi City to Kyoto. Driving on the Left Side of the Pacific Ocean — Feb 9, 2012 The first time I stepped into a car in Japan was at the Kochi City train station. Josh met us in front […]

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Driving on the Left Side of the Pacific Ocean

Driving on the Left Side of the Pacific Ocean

by Zach Mann February 9, 2012

The first time Mele and I stepped into a car in Japan was at the Kochi City train station. Josh met us in front of the Anpanman Terrace, and after we awkwardly waved hello at each other from two feet away, our host led us […]

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Fish Without a Bicycle

Fish Without a Bicycle

by James Boo January 12, 2010

One food group I’ve sorely neglected as a New York resident is sushi. I came into the sushi game extremely late in life; even so, after having great and affordable sushi in California, it’s tough to man up and shell out for comparable sushi here […]

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Diamonds Are Forever. Sashimi Is Today.

Diamonds Are Forever. Sashimi Is Today.

by Vicky Lai August 28, 2009

A diamond is, on its face, just a rock. Of course, it is a very hard rock, but it’s essentially a solid mass of carbon (also the main ingredient of graphite, the mineral used to make pencil tips). After the rock is cut, it becomes […]

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What We Talk About When We Talk About Fish

What We Talk About When We Talk About Fish

by Zach Mann August 21, 2009

I am sick of sushi. So is my body, or so I can assume. My girlfriend Mele returned from a routine check-up at the doctor with the stern warning, “Stay off the mercury for awhile,” and neither of us was surprised. As part-time pescatarians in […]

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