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This content is intended for those who are interested in how to make Japanese food to experience subtle bodily movements of a  chef so that he/she will figure it out more easily than traditional videos. 

with a HMD on, it will be easier to understand how a chef moves his hands, which may help you fillet fish in a correct way. 

I do hope it will be of some help in understanding how to make Japanese food ;) 
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Cogration9 mons ago
@Raymond Erdman of course :) we would love to show you around the town if you have a chance to visit japan 🇯🇵 we are actually planning to start a sushi making lesson here in japan ;)
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Raymond Erdman9 mons ago
@Cogration Hahahaha, can I come too? I have never been to Japan, looking forward to visiting it one day.
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Cogration9 mons ago
We wish we could fill it up with fresh raw fish 🐟
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Kaley Hoeger9 mons ago
My stomach is hungry
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Cogration9 mons ago
@Cloyd McGlynn II ok, then, please come and visit Japan. we will be waiting with fresh fish and sushi^-^
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I may only be suitable for eating, but not suitable for doing things.
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Cogration9 mons ago
Sorry ,not just sushi making but cooking lessons😅
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Cogration9 mons ago
@Berneice Bergstrom thanks😊that’s exactly what we are aiming for . what we are thinking is that first of all one watches this kind of content with HMD on and then watches it again on 360 video viewers . this way it may be easier when one actually experiences sushi making 😊
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I am thinking , maybe it is the new way for cooking lessons in the future.
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Cogration9 mons ago
@Roberta Kessler we have a bigger fish ^o^
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