My name is Taka. I am the owner of TAKA, Japanese restaurant in Buckhead, Atlanta, USA.
I opened this small place in 2002.
Restaurant business is drama without script. It is fun and stress. But the word of "Thank you. It was delicious." is everything. It is encouragement, reward, vitamin for tomorrow. I write my everyday's drama here.
Thanks for all.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Taka Update September 26, 2012
Taka Update September26, 2012
delivery and more
It’s finally, we got good tuna yesterday. I posted the
picture on my blog. Our supplier did not expect until they cut this tuna. I had
a phone call from my sales person in the morning.I can make tons of Negitoro Don for you. All
other fishes are fine,
Control and Golf
I went to Eastlake GC
on Sunday. I did not see many people. They just followed Tiger Woods. I felt
sad this was Top 30 players championship and not many people to see it.
Golf is still minor
sports if we compare NFL, MLB, NBA.
seafood catch largest in nearly two decades
This is from CNN. U.S. fishermen recorded their largest
catch since 1994 last year, according to a new report from the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration. The agency said Wednesday that American commercial fishermen landed 10.1 billion pounds of fish
and shellfish in 2011, a haul valued at $5.3 billion. That's an increase of 1.9
billion pounds and more than $784 million from 2010.
Christine Patrick, a spokeswoman for the NOAA, said the
strengthening of the federal law on fisheries management in 2006 had been key
to improving volumes. She also credited improvement in real-time monitoring
systems that allow fishermen to stay within catch limits.
Yet even with the improved catch last year, the U.S. still imported about 91% of the seafood
consumed in the country in 2011, the report said. Globally, seafood trade
volumes and values hit new highs in 2011, according to the United Nations Food
and Agriculture Organization. These totals are expected to continue rising,
with developing countries accounting for the bulk of world exports, the organization
The U.S. was responsible for roughly 3% of the global
seafood catch in 2010, trailing China at 35%, India at 6% and
Indonesia at 5%, the NOAA said.
China is invading Japanese territory recently. One of
reason is fish. They need to feed protein for people in mainland. They almost
caught all fishes around seashores and go far from coast now. We need to stop
it. If Japan fights against China, Japan wins. The reason is
very simple. Japanese high technology weapons defeat weapons made in China. It
sounds like joke but true. We know well about what is made in China.
Taka sushiandpassion www.sushiandpassion.blogspot.com
Pharr Rd. Atlanta GA 30305 Reservation 404-869-2802