If you can afford this luxury lucky sushi roll, how much luck do you really need?
We try out an exquisite gilded sushi roll, inexplicably packaged in cheap plastic.
The following story is an important example of how one person’s holiday cheer can be another’s form of abuse in the workplace.
Ehomaki “lucky sushi rolls” are a big part of Setsubun—the changing of the seasons festival. So big, in fact, that some convenience stores appear to be losing their minds in an effort to sell more rolls than the competition.
Let’s see what tempting (and pricey) Ehomaki rolls are on offer at Tobu Ikebukuro Department Store this year to celebrate the coming of spring on Setsubun day.