Link to post with additional chopsticks safety warnings.
BB reader Aaron adds,
I grew up in Minneapolis and ate at Fuji-Ya quite regularly. They’ve gone through a few chopstick wrapper iterations over the past few years. When I first started going there the chopsticks had little pictograms showing how to use their chopsticks to pick up hot dogs, steaks, donuts, whole smiling fish, or entire chickens.
After I moved to Seattle two years ago I was pleased to discover the quality of sushi here was quite a bit higher, but sadly I have never found a Japanese restaurant with the same sense of humor.
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