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How an angry candy man revolutionised the modern sushi industry

Mechanising part of the sushi-making process brought the dish to the masses

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Suzumo Machinery Co's robots are used around the world.

KISAKU Suzuki, creator of the world's first sushi robot, once ran a company that made candy-wrapping machines.

And he was angry.

Why had the Japanese government embarked on a policy to limit rice production, effectively paying some farmers to keep their padi fields idle?

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