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Japanese Restaurant Fines Customers Who Don’t Finish Their Food

Japanese Restaurant Fines Customers Who Don’t Finish Their Food
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In this Sapporo eatery, you must assess your hunger before you order or you may have to pay the price.

Daniela Walker
  • 19 february 2013

‘Finish your food’ is a common utterance from parent to child, and now it is being used by a Japanese restaurant to its diners. If you go to a seafood eatery in Sapporo, Japan and do not finish your dish, you will have to pay a ‘donation’, as the restaurant calls it, but it is essentially a fine for not licking the plate clean.

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