The most popular item is tuna. Every week, he imports two Bluefin tunas from Nagasaki, each weighing around 100kg, and prepares them at the restaurant. Jiang happily exclaims, “Lately, many Chinese people know which part of tuna is the best.” Customarily, fish is not eaten raw in China. When the restaurant opened in 2006, people did not easily accept this practice. Now, after 10 years, sushi has become hugely popular in China, and many Chinese people come to the restaurant. Perhaps due to this new trend, a Bluefin tuna breakdown show is very popular. Sometimes he does the show at the restaurant, though he also gets called to do it at various events. While Jiang is happy that sushi and Japanese food culture is gaining awareness, he says that he is determined to do much more.