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Q: Noresore is clear and the print of a dish can be seen through the body. People from abroad especially European countries and North America do not like to eat fish that have eyes when they are served while we Japanese do not care. Some times, it is fun for us to see tourists from abroad to freeze in front of fishes with eyes on restaurants. does this sound natural?
A: Noresore is a dish made up of clear, see-through fish. People from abroad, especially from Europe and North America do not like to eat fish that still have eyes attached to it. However we Japanese do not care. Sometimes, it is quite funny for us to see tourists from abroad freeze up in front the dish in restaurants.
Q: Noresore is a young sea eel and eaten like noodles. In Japan, noresore is a seasonal fish in spring and people feel that spring has come when they eat it. They are provided raw and some of the fish are picked up with chopsticks and dipped in a soy sauce. It is smooth and pleasant on a tongue and has a fresh flavor. does this sound natural?
A: Noresore is a young sea eel that is eaten like noodles. In Japan, noresore is a seasonal fish available in spring, and people feel that spring has come when they eat it. They are served raw, and some of the fish is picked up with chopsticks and dipped in soy sauce. It is smooth and pleasant on the tongue and has a fresh flavor.

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