A sushi bar in the house known as the “barn” in Jerusalem.
The Japanese restaurant owner is in a bit of a bind.
On one hand, he has to deal with a government that has made sushi a big part of its official dining menu, and on the other, the Japanese restaurants in Israel have a history of not serving their Japanese guests sushi.
There’s a lot of political pressure on Israel to make sushi a regular part of the dining experience, but the problem is that it’s a hard sell in Israel, where the sushi industry has been declining for years.
Sushi, after all, is very popular in Israel as a form of socializing and dining.
It’s an easy way to escape the crowds and crowds of the big tourist attractions in Jerusalem, which make up much of the city.
And the Japanese are a bit wary of the idea of a Japanese restaurant in Israel.
“I’m not an Israeli, so I don’t want to do it,” said Masaru Nishikori, the owner of a sushi bar, “but it’s not a bad idea.”
He was not available for an interview, but he posted a photo on Facebook of a poster who was also in the kitchen making sushi.
“So this is how sushi is made in Israel,” the poster said, smiling at the camera.
But there’s a catch.
“You can’t order sushi,” he said, before taking a sip of his sushi.
“No one’s going to eat it.
No one wants it.”
I have the sushi, but I can’t serve it to you.
This is a Japanese sushi restaurant in Jerusalem’s bordel, where a sushi ban is in effect.
For a while, the sushi bar at the “Barn” was a favorite spot for tourists visiting Israel and abroad.
However, the restaurant has since closed, and it has been forced to close its doors.
I want to eat sushi, says the poster, but it’s just not for me.
After I eat sushi I’m not allowed to eat again.
I’ve seen people in the restaurant get in trouble.
They were banned from coming back to the restaurant, but they could still enjoy the sushi in private.
To the Japanese, the decision to close the restaurant was a personal matter.
Nishikori said that after the ban, the bar has closed down.
“We don’t feel comfortable with the government, and we don’t see any future,” he told Al Jazeera.
We have to be cautious, he said.
“I want the Japanese to come to Israel.
I want them to eat here.
But the government says it’s for public consumption only.”
The Japanese sushi bar is one of a number of restaurants in the bordell, which is the seat of Jerusalem’s oldest Jewish neighborhood.
Its history dates back to pre-state times, when Jews from the city’s eastern part lived in nearby areas, such as the northern city of Hebron and the coastal town of Ashkelon.
Although the bardel is part of Jerusalem, it is surrounded by the Israeli-controlled West Bank.
A Japanese sushi joint called The Bait is the mainstay of this neighborhood.
Its owner, Yoshihiro Tsuchiya, told Al-Jazeera that while the ban has a negative impact on the Japanese community, it has also helped them in Israel where the government has given a lot to the industry.
“It’s great that the Japanese and the Japanese-Israelis can have this type of joint, because they can still eat sushi,” Tsuchiyas said.
“There are many people here who want to have sushi at home, and they want to live in Jerusalem.”
But Tsuchaya said that many of the restaurants in his neighborhood have closed, with most recently the “pizza” restaurant, which he described as a “mushroom restaurant” which is popular with tourists.
“The bordels have become very popular for tourists and tourists,” Tuchya said.
Tuchya is one such tourist, who regularly visits the area.
He said that he also likes to eat at The Bessatsu, which offers sushi to the public.
“I like the sushi,” the owner said.
But he said he is also worried about the future of the Japanese restaurant industry in Israel if the ban is allowed to go into effect.
“If the government bans this restaurant, we will be out of business.”