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Yamafuku Restaurant News

Op-Ed: Tiger Blowfish — A highly toxic marine delicacy Special

Kyoto - Blowfish are not very good swimmers, they are dreary, nearly unsightly, they are covered with spines and contain a toxin about 100 times more poisonous than cyanide; however they are considered a delicacy and a highly coveted meal in Japanese cuisine.
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Tiger blowfish fare at Yamafuku Restaurant  Kyoto  Japan.
Tiger blowfish fare at Yamafuku Restaurant, Kyoto, Japan.
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There are two dining rooms at Yamafuku: one for guests wearing shoes (horigotatsu-style); another fo...
There are two dining rooms at Yamafuku: one for guests wearing shoes (horigotatsu-style); another for guests taking their shoes off (Japanese style).
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Yamafuku Restaurant  in Kyoto  Japan  specializes in tiger blowfish (puffer fish).
Yamafuku Restaurant, in Kyoto, Japan, specializes in tiger blowfish (puffer fish).
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