Sashimi is an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.
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With the enthronement of Emperor Meiji in 1868, Japan was undergoing a Revolution. Once a pre-industrial feudal society, Meiji looked to transition the nation into a modern world power.
Shortly after the Emperor's enthronement, a young chef by the name of Yoshio was hired to prepare food for the Emperor. Wanting to embrace the mood of change in his cooking, Yoshio sought to modernize sushi. Instead of wrapping fish with rice and seaweed, Yoshio decided to serve up the seaweed, rice and fish individually, in what he referred to as "deconstructed Sushi". Moments before Yoshio was to present the meal to the Empreror he panicked, worried that his new fandangled meal wasn't hip enough. Yoshio removed the seaweed and rice from the plate, instead presenting just the raw fish, which he called "sashimi".
Upon serving the dish, the Emperor became outraged, and claimed that Yoshio had gone too far. After what historians allege was a ten minutes tirade, Yoshio believed the worst of it was over. It wasn't, and in an effort to distance himself from Yoshio, Emperor Meiji moved the country capital from Kyoto to Tokyo.
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