The sushi restaurant is a fast food restaurant. The restaurant was always busy and crowded with people as it was located near to the metro station. The staff of the restaurant are Japanese and most of the customers are Japanese as well. As Sasuke did not have any working experience, he was very nervous and afraid that he would make any mistakes. However the colleagues of Sasuke were friendly and treated him well.
A short story "The Invisible Japanese Gentlemen" was written in 1965 by an English writer, playwright and literary critic Henry Graham Greene. The action of the story takes place at a restaurant in London. The narrator, represented as an integral part of the setting, is sitting at a table, obviously unaccompanied, alongside with a group of eight Japanese gentlemen who have dinner together at the next table, and a young couple behind them. While the dinner the Japanese speak quietly and politely to each other, courteously smiling and bowing, toast each other and make speeches in their incomprehensible tongue which the narrator doesn't understand. Within the narration the Japanese gentlemen are described as the ones wearing glasses, eating fish and a fruit salad for dessert and expressing themselves in broken English.
Many of his steady customers made annual New Year’s resolutions about losing weight, and it usually took at least a week for them to resume their former eating habits. Pearson’s only real concern that morning was how Charley Turner, the owner of the steak house, would assess his performance now that he had completed his first full year as manager. Unit No. 2 was one of four Charley’s Family Steak Houses owned by Turner. Pearson had been promoted from assistant manager to manager of the restaurant in September 2007 after the previous manager was caught falsifying the weekly financial reports that were submitted to Turner.
100 YEN SUSHI HOUSE Sang M. Lee tells of a meeting with two Japanese businessmen in Tokyo, a joint U.S. Japanese conference to explore U.S. and Japanese management systems. As lunchtime drew near, his hosts told him with much delight that they wished to show him the "most productive operation in Japan." The 100 Yen Sushi House is no ordinary sushi restaurant. It is the ultimate showcaase of Japanese productivity. There was a conveyor belt going around the ellipsoid service area.
The boys act like bankers which they view as very serious and mature. Bankers are important and predominantly male so the boys look up to them as mature role models. As the boys threaten and compete against each other a “dark cake, round and heavy as a / turret” (14) lies in the background. Usually a birthday cake is a symbol of celebration and happiness, but this cake is illustrated as a turret that is dark, round, and heavy. A turret is the part on a military tank, airplane, or ship from which guns are fired.
In his written often focus in race and culture. The following essay is about incident happened in his childhood, when he was with his father eating ice cream, He experience racism with father. At first, he forgot all this experiences but later he remembers it vividly. One night when Gate and his dad get with a man called Mr. Wilson a quiet man” and unfriendly but he was very friendly with Gates father. However, Mr. Wilson
Morgan helps to create a deeper understanding of the theme of isolation though use of poetic techniques such as imagery and sentence structure. The narrator encounters the old man at the start of the poem by chance and it is clear right away that he is isolated. “A cup capsizes along the formica, Slithering with a dull clatter. A few heads turn in the crowded evening snack bar.” The only reason the narrator’ attention has been drawn to this old man is because of this sudden noise which is shown by the onomatopoeia “clatter” and reflected in the alliteration of the “c” sound in “cup capsizes”. Nothing of particular importance has occurred; most people in the bar would not have even looked round, only a “few heads.” This shows however that the man is isolated as even a loud noise does not cause people to take notice.
It is a “hidden gem” in the midst of many higher rated restaurants. Big city restaurants are known for their wide variety of mom-and0pop shops that sit between the larger restaurants. The food is described as classic asian/american good that can be found anywhere. The reviewer does not say anything bad about the food, except for the fact that it does not seem authentic or too special in any way. The small size of the restaurant is raved as a turn off to the reviewer and she states that it would be best to order take out if anything, seeing as the restaurant only holds about 18 people.
In one part of the restaurant, “The Suits Order Dinner” is taking place; a group of Japanese business men, wearing Western suits and ties, sit to order dinner. The men look over the menu, which is written entirely in French, and it seems apparent that most of them cannot read the menu. The most senior executive orders first and all the other men order exactly what he has, except for the most junior executive. The junior, despite being actually kicked in disapproval by another executive, displays his knowledge of French cuisine and orders