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A delicious way to celebrate Japan

-Shawn Simpson, Agence ITER France, Welcome Office

Spoiled for choice: the buffet at this week's Japanese breakfast. (Click to view larger version...)
Spoiled for choice: the buffet at this week's Japanese breakfast.
At the time when cherry blossoms are announcing spring in Japan, the ITER Organization celebrated in its own way. For the Japanese breakfast organized by the Welcome Office, our Japanese colleagues and their spouses had obviously spent much time to prepare wonderfully refined dishes: Miso soup, salmon sushi, red bean paste, green beans with sesame seeds, onigiri and more were shared among 80 ITER employees who gathered at 8:00 a.m. in the lobby of Agence Iter France for this month's intercultural breakfast.


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