Thursday, 11 October 2012

Jiro Dreams of Sushi

As you know, Kiki is a great Nipponophile (person who loves things Japanese). I can't even count how many bento boxes she has. Well anyway, she came across a movie that I watched a couple of nights ago: Jiro Dreams of Sushi. It's a docu-movie about an 80+ year old man in Tokyo who has a Michelin starred restaurant. It seats only 10 people who sit on bar stools and book a month in advance. His restaurant is acknowledged to make the best sushi in all Japan.

Jiro teaches his sons and apprentices to make sushi. It takes about 10 years to get to learn basic competence.  His sons are in their 50's and still learning. Jiro's philosophy is to do the same thing over and over again in order to achieve perfection. Does all this sound familiar?

ES broke an important FavFib yesterday (Wednesday). I took the pics this morning and price of the ES is bouncing up to the bottom of the FavFib which is now resistance. This will play an important part in my decisions until we are far enough away from it. The MP charts show the RTH and the 24 Hour Profiles in separate charts. Interesting?

BTW, Twitter link should be working now. Thanks Rino.


  1. jenrique42

    This is the operation that I'm doing this morning, taking advantage of here, Spain is party,


    esta es la operativa que estoy haciendo esta mañana, aprovechando que aqui, España, es fiesta,

  2. Is Kiki your pet parrot? You shouldn't give parrots sushi - it's really bad for their digestive system.

  3. Anon 17:03. Ah, it's always nice to meet someone who is on the other side of my trades.