Jiro Dreams of Sushi

Isn’t it great when a film sneaks up on you and leaves you with more than a head full of Milk Duds? That is what happened to me this weekend with Jiro Dreams of Sushi. (Streams for free for Amazon Prime customers)

The documentary follows an 85-year-old sushi master, Jiro Ono, in Japan. It gives the viewer a look into his seventy-plus years of showing up everyday, studying his craft, getting better, and learning the art of sushi.

If you are purist, you’ll love it. If you’re a foodie, you’ll want to book a ticket to Japan to experience Jiro’s restaurant. If you aren’t either, you’ll be both by the time the credits roll. And if you think you’ve learned enough about your business, art, craft, and life, it will ask you to open another book and learn some more.

I had one major takeaway: don’t allow good to keep you from better.

Tanoshimo.

(Pardon two posts about sushi in one week. When the student is ready, the teacher appears)

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One thought on “Jiro Dreams of Sushi

  1. mrsg1 says:

    Curiosity is one of the greatest human characteristics… If there’s a better way to do anything…count me in!

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