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How did Tokyo's newest three-star restaurant celebrate its week-old award? "[Ishikawa] apologised on Tuesday for selling jars of beans containing bacteria that could cause food poisoning ... [The beans] were found to contain Bacillus Cereus bacteria that could cause vomiting or diarrhoea." This does, however, give new meaning to Michelin's three-star definition of "cuisine worth a special journey." [Reuters]

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