Japanese restaurant fines diners who fail to finish meal2/15/2013
Here's one way to teach kids (and their parents) not to leave food on the table. The signature dish at the Hachikyo restaurant in Sapporo, Japan — tsukko meshi, a bowl of rice topped with salmon roe — comes with a warning that any diner who leaves so much as a single grain of rice on the plate will be forced to pay a surcharge to the fishermen who apparently risked their lives to deliver the nautical bounty. Perhaps unsurprisingly, "hardly anyone leaves their tsukko meshi unfinished," one waitress said. [Source]
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