Ekusupato vs. Ekisupato

Is there anything more annoying than the jet set expert on (pick any foreign country)? I just read a guide to eating sushi by a self-proclaimed successful author who visited Japan a few times and was probably taken to nice places to eat, and now seems to be a full-blown master of sushi, sake, and Japanese table manners (among MANY other things).
Shabure, shabure, Mr. Roboto.

1 thought on “Ekusupato vs. Ekisupato

  1. No link to the article? I would LOVE to read what the “expert” has to say about Japanese dining.
    I wonder if this person has been to a real nice tachigui or tachinomi place. Now THAT’S fine dining!

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