What Else were you Going to Call a Sushi Truck in Mexico?

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Remember Mexico’s awesomely named courier service? Well, my people (i.e. the Mexicans) have done it again, this time with the Sushingon “FoooTruck”

Photo: Iván Sanchez

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3 Responses to What Else were you Going to Call a Sushi Truck in Mexico?

  1. DonAlbertoDoyle says:

    No, that’s almost certainly Japanese. But while I learned the 44-letter katakana and 48-letter hiragana alphabets over my two years in Tokyo back in the day, I only mastered about ten of the 30,000 Kanji. The first two characters are Kanji, and they don’t say Men’s Room, Ladies’ Room, Up, Down, Open, Closed, Hot, Cold, Tokyo, Kyoto, or the name of my subway station, so I haven’t a clue.

  2. litenarata says:

    Sushi is Japanese! I don’t know what the words are, but it’s Japanese, not Korean.

  3. litenarata: Claro que you’re right! To my defense: that morning I ate Korean Tacos in New York City, so it was nothing but a slip of my tongue, digo, of my “keyboard”….. I apologize.

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