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Sushi Police

(Last Updated On: March 2, 2017)

Honda, Kawasaki, and Suzuki all comprise the elite ninth unit of the Sushi Police—a task force with the sole objective of sniffing out restaurants serving illicit or non-traditional sushi and eradicating them, no matter how insignificant their offense may be. The Sushi Police travel freely around the world in pursuit of these vile criminals day or night, with their strong sense of justice and the World Food-Culture Conservation Organization backing them. No offenders of Japan’s traditional cuisine can escape their wrath!

During one of their purification missions, the Sushi Police encounter Sara—a hot, young, television reporter out to expose them and the World Food-Culture Conservation Organization for corruption. They interrogate her, but her wiles, skills, and charms allow her to easily escape from their grasp, setting off a chain of events that will lead to the true purpose of the Sushi Police being revealed. – My Anime List

Based on 4 review scores:



My Anime List
Sushi Police manages to look at how other nations react to the combination of foods from different countries. While the Sushi Police looks at this culture fusion of cuisines with disdain, the Pasta Police (from Italy) takes a far different view. This episode in particular showcases the different priorities regarding how some Japanese people look at this blending of cultures as a tainting of their own, but how other cultures don’t quite feel the same way. Each episode manages to add another argument as to why great amounts of Japanese nationalism is absurd and if anything, making the country look bad.

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Ani DB



Do I suggest this? No. Even with those that are aware of the events that surrounded the creation of this anime, the actual product is still drab. It isn’t funny, it isn’t insightful and it isn’t going to encourage any sort of discussion. However, what it will encourage is a nice 3-minute nap.

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Anime Planet
This anime was funny was very unique. I loved the American influence and cartoonish style. The animation can be off putting to some, but if you don’t mind you’ll enjoy this anime.

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