Japan's sushi students see international opportunities

08/16/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Students at private academies in Japan spend their days perfecting the practice of efficiently crafting perfect pieces of sushi. Job opportunities at home are drying up as the ultra-competitive industry battles an ongoing price war, and the soon-to-be sushi chefs see their best opportunities overseas, as demand for high-quality sushi grows in countries including Germany and the U.S.

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