Sushi casero en Semana Santa


Nuestros padres y abuelos nos legaron algunos gustos por la comida japonesa y hoy día en Chile a más de ochenta años de su llegada, sus descendientes seguimos comiendo sushi y sashimi en forma habitual, adaptando los ingredientes locales a dichos platos. Esto no sucede sólo a los nisei, sino también a terceras y cuartas generaciones.

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Roberto_Hirose — Last modified Jun 28 2021 1:49 a.m.

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