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Japan women fight for a place at the table as sushi chefs


Japan's sushi industry is dominated by men -- but a growing number of women in the country are training and working as sushi chefs in some of the most revered restaurants and institutions. Here are three women trying to carve a space for themselves in the masculine world of sushi.

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