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I'm a little surprised that the question presumes that there is a correct way of eating sushi.

New yuzu fruit 'superfood' goes on sale in Waitrose

Juice from a Japanese citrus fruit hailed as the next superfood because of its level of vitamin C is to go on sale in UK supermarkets.

Per Mertesacker of Arsenal FC poses dressed as a Samurai Warrior in the Urawa Royal Pines Hotel in Japan

Video: Arsenal players dress up as Samurai Warriors and make sushi on pre-season tour in Japan

Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker wield swords on pre-season tour

Per Mertesacker of Arsenal FC poses dressed as a Samurai Warrior in the Urawa Royal Pines Hotel in Japan

In pictures: Arsenal players dress up as Samurai Warriors and make sushi on pre-season tour in Japan

Lukas Podolski and Per Mertesacker wield swords on pre-season tour

Private firm growth drifts to the South

Private companies in Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the North-east are struggling for growth as the centre of business power moves "inexorably southwards", according to a report published this week.

Yo! Sushi owner in bidding for burger chain

The owner of Yo! Sushi is battling rival private equity firms to acquire Byron, the upmarket burger chain, for £100m.

The £1m tuna

Price of over-fishing: one tuna sells for £1m

Demand for sushi is still depleting stocks

Bluefin tuna sells for record £1m in Tokyo

A bluefin tuna sold for a record £1m million at a Tokyo auction today, nearly three times the previous high set last year — even as environmentalists warn that stocks of the majestic, speedy fish are being depleted worldwide amid strong demand for sushi.

The Big Six: Modern ski hotels

Hotel Zhero, Austria

This week, the temperature drops to Zhero in the Austrian Tyrol. The eagerly awaited hotel is due to open near the mountain village of Kappl on Wednesday. Expect 78 rooms and suites with a smooth, contemporary finish, four penthouses with butler service, a grill-style à la carte restaurant with executive chef Klaus Brunmayr, and a luxurious spa. Ski services will include an in-house shop for equipment hire and activities, plus a free daily shuttle to the slopes of Ischgl.

Hotel Zhero, Wiese 687, Kappl, Austria (00 43 5445 20 111 12; zherohotelgroup.com). Doubles start at €109, room only.

Feng Sushi, 280 West End Lane, London NW6

Some sushi bars offer a raw deal portion-wise – but not the crowd-pleasing Feng Sushi

A view from outside the Olympic Stadium

A walk in the Olympic park

It's the size of Hyde Park, but what's the main venue actually like? Tom Peck sets out on foot to give you a guided tour

Reporter Tom Peck in the Wetlands Area of the Olympic Park in Stratford

A walk in the Olympic Park - a guided tour

From athletes' lairs and TV studios, to champagne bars and a stage for unsigned bands – plus a stadium or two... Tom Peck gives a guided tour

These delightful exercise books by the Scottish interiors doyenne Donna Wilson are among the Create 2012 Souvenirs. Createlondon.org

The Restaurant of Love Regained, By Ito Agawa trs David Karashima

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Globe-trotting gastronomy: In search of sushi perfection in Japan

'Should micro-cress not be considerably smaller than this?" I opine, staring down at the arguably macro vegetation crowning my prawn and abalone salad in a swanky Kyoto dining-room. A notionally rhetorical question which nevertheless causes my companions to bust various guts in response. With not an ounce of self-awareness intact, it seems, I've been struck down by a case of über-gastro-poncery – something it will take more than a few of my signature ketchup sandwiches back home to relieve.

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