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The Missus last night came back home (just after me) with a triumphant look.
-« What’s made you look so happy? » I innocently asked (I had a fairly good idea, already).
-« Just get the beer, wine and sake out! And don’t forget the glasses (I know I’m stupid, but still…)! I’ll show what I found! »
A moment later she came up with that tray above covered with all kinds of sashimi.
-« Where did you buy them?
-« At the Co-op Supermarket next door! »
-« How much did you pay for that? »
-« Certainly less than what you pay when you go out eating behind my back (no comments…)! 1,200 yen! »
1,200 yen is less than 10 US$. I had to admit she deserved the praise.
From middle top clockwise:
-Maguro/Tuna sashimi (probably Minamimaguro/Southern Blue Fin Tuna)
-Ajitsuki Maguro/Minamimaguro thinly sliced and marinated
In the middle are amaebi/sweet shrimps
The green leaves are shiso/perilla-beefsteak plant leaves