The delicacy of eating insects in Japan

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The delicacy of eating insects in Japan

The Konchu Ryori Kenkyukai (Insect Cuisine Research Association) opens its doors to anyone interested in sampling insects as food. Those in attendance ranged from curious newcomers to long-time enthusiasts. Since its foundation in 1999, the club has promoted the culinary use of insects not only for their nutritional value, but for their eco-friendly nature and sustainability.
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