Japanese people love sea food. They eat a lot of fish!
(Pronunciation: SÍÍ FÚD)
But some Japanese fish are dangerous. The puffer fish is an example of this.
The puffer fish is delicious, but some parts of this fish are poisonous. They are very toxic.
POISONOUS = toxic
Japanese chefs prepare the puffer fish very carefully. They separate the poisonous parts delicately, with attention.
But, after the second world war, there was no food and no money.
SECOND WORLD WAR
(Pronunciation: SÉ-cônd UÔR-old UÁR)
Many people were hungry, so they ate food from the trash can.
Some people ate poisonous parts of the puffer fish.
Their lungs paralyzed. They stopped to breathe.
It’s hard to believe, but many people died!
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First Question: What is the most expensive and dangerous fish in Japan?CorrectIncorrect
Oh, sorry. The correct answer is 2: Fugu (the Puffer fish)
Second Question: When did chef Hayashi get the certification to prepare Fugu fish?CorrectIncorrect
Oh, sorry. The correct answer is 1: In 1949.
Third Question: How many people died because of puffer fish poisoning between 1945 and 1975?CorrectIncorrect
Oh, sorry. The correct answer is 2: 2,500 people.
Wanna know more about this fish? Access https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fugu and
http://www.news.com.au/travel/travel-advice/how-to-eat-a-deadly-animal-without-dying/news-story/88bae4318cf58bb6d6c5af6e0b4b87cb to expand your fugu fish