“Nadeshiko Sushi is the only sushi place in Japan with an all female staff of sushi chefs – and it’s causing quite a stir. For hundreds of years the revered art of sushi making like sumo and kabuki has been reserved only for men. The craft is traditionally passed down in families from generation to generation.'”
The idea of creating a sushi restaurant with all female chefs is compared to a blasphemy in traditional Japan. But Nadeshiko Sushi’s male owner says that he wants to create a new model for working Japanese women, to challenge the female stereotypes in business. See the whole story made by The Wall Street Journal.