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The meaning of "Sashimi" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Sashimi restaurant which doesn't sell sashimi (Does this sound natural?) mean?
A: 자연스럽게 들리는데 사시미를 안 파는 사시미 식당이란 표현을 처음 들어요 ㅋㅋㅋ
Q: What does Sashimi restaurant which doesn't sell sashimi (Does this sound natural?) mean?
A: No it doesn’t make sense sorry

Translations of "Sashimi"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Tôi thích ăn sashimi
A: I like eating sashimi.
I like sashimi.

Other questions about "Sashimi"

Q: I love sashimi and and ate bonito tataki for dinner today.
I want to eat sashimi everyday, but it's too expensive to eat it frequently. does this sound natural?
A: × I love sashimi and and ate bonito tataki for dinner today.
✓ I love sashimi and ate bonito tataki for dinner today.

Sounds natural! Just removing the extra "and".
Q: You'll amaze at how delicious sashimi is! does this sound natural?
A: "You'll be amazed at ..."

The expression is "to be amazed at" or "to be amazed by" something/someone

Your sentence "you'll amaze" means that YOU will amaze someone or something.
Q: About Sashimi konnyaku : I would like you to change this to more natural English please.
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At a supermarket in Japan,I recommend you find sashimi konnyaku includes a pack of sauce which is called Karashi-miso からしみそ. This sauce and sashimi konnyaku matches very well.
It is made from miso, mustard, vintner and sugar.
It would be also a good idea to put a little bit wasabi and soy sauce on it instead of Karashi-miso.

Probably you can buy Sashimi konnyaku in supermarkets in Japan, but please make sure you should find the name 刺身こんにゃく or さしみこんにゃく, because normal konnyaku こんにゃく usually requires boiling for eating.
Sahimi konnyaku doesn't require boiling.
Eating normal konnyaku without boiling and seasonings is not tasty.
However, konnyaku is already boiled in the manufacturing process.

Sashimi means sliced raw seafood or meat.
Sashimi konnyaku is not made from those kind of food and isn't raw but it is like sashimi in texture.
It is good for vegetarians. does this sound natural?
A: At a supermarket in Japan,I recommend finding sashimi konnyaku. It includes a pack of sauce called Karashi-miso からしみそ. This sauce and sashimi konnyaku matches very well.
It is made from miso, mustard, vinegar (?) and sugar.
You could also put a little bit of wasabi and soy sauce on it instead of Karashi-miso.

You can probably buy Sashimi konnyaku in supermarkets in Japan, but please make sure you should find the name 刺身こんにゃく or さしみこんにゃく, because normal konnyaku こんにゃく usually requires boiling while
Sahimi konnyaku doesn't require boiling.
Eating normal konnyaku without boiling and seasonings is not tasty.
However, konnyaku is already boiled in the manufacturing process.

Sashimi means sliced raw seafood or meat.
But sashimi konnyaku is not made from those foods and isn't raw, but it is like sashimi in texture.
It is good for vegetarians.
(I edited it to sound a bit more natural, tell me what you think!)
Q: Speaking of sashimi, I have a friend who is a sashimi artist. He prepares sashimi dishes as if he draws pictures. Actually he is a Japanese calligrapher, too. does this sound natural?
A: as if he were drawing pictures

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