Chinese students order 'cooked sushi' at Sukiyabashi Jiro (Tokyo), gets bashed online

Reportedly, a group of Chinese students opted to have their sushi served cooked at what is considered as the world's greatest sushi restaurant - Sukiyabashi Jiro.

Chinese student Lin ordered cooked sushi

Apparently, the group found the sushi delicacy tough to swallow, so they asked the restaurant to have their sushi cooked. They were refused for obvious reasons.

In a report made by RocketNews24, the Chinese students made an online reservation to dine in the restaurant.

After the denied request, one of the students surnamed Lin ranted online about the restaurant's alleged 'poor service', in a hope that her fellows back home would pour in support and sympathy.

But instead, Lin got flamed by Chinese netizens for what she did.

The restaurant's sushi master, clearly irked by the somewhat unethical conduct, asked:
Is sushi served cooked in your country? If you can’t handle raw food, you should have informed us when you made the reservation!
Perhaps feeling humiliated, Lin replied:
Who knew!? I didn’t make the reservation!
If we were Abe! If we were Obama! Would he dare to show such an attitude?
They say, securing a reservation, which means seats at Sukiyabashi Jiro, does take a month or so. The famous and highly featured sushi restaurant must have wasted a seat or more for the what the Chinese students group did.

Sukiyabashi Jiro is the sushi restaurant highlighted in the documentary film of David Gelb - 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi', which was released in 2011.

It is also the place where U.S. President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinz┼Ź Abe dined on April 23, 2014, during the former's state visit to Japan. (Source)

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