Japanese Couples Cut Tuna, Not Cake

 - Apr 15, 2010
References: japansugoi & gizmodiva
If you can't manage a seaside wedding, bring that romantic low-tide aroma to your reception with a giant tuna. A company in Kanagawa prefecture does away with the stress of cake tastings and design dilemmas. For 10 years the company has offered a package that includes cutting into a giant tuna. Using a knife the size of a katana, the couple saws through the skin of a 100kg BigEye tuna.

Imagine the gory mess bound to ensue when the bride and groom feed each other the first pieces of the giant tuna and inevitably smash raw fish into their faces. At least guests are guaranteed fresh sashimi.