In Japan, Get Sushi From Shirtless Macho Men

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Do you like raw fish and... beefcakes? Well, good news! In Nagoya, a new delivery service is staffed with hunky men packing buff bods and delicious sushi.


Called Vber Macho, muscle-bound dudes will bring sushi to your house, strike some flex poses, and then smile for photos.

They even will practice social distancing when delivering, allowing you to safely admire muscles from afar.

Vber Macho delivers primarily in Nagoya, but they will deliver to Tokyo for orders over 80,000 yen ($742) and to Osaka for orders over 50,000 yen ($464).

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.



Get your fuckin mouth away from my food and put a mask on, there's a pandemic going on