Posted by | February 14, 2013 09:38 | Filed under: Top Stories

A restaurant in Japan charges you for not leaving your plate empty.

On its menu, Hachikyo clearly states that failure to consume every last bit of their signature dish — a bowl of rice topped with all-you-can-eat salmon roe — will result in a surcharge which will be donated to the fishermen who made the food possible…

Midori Yokoyama goes on to note that the “tsukko meshi” will set you back about 1,890 yen (~$20), but that it is well worth it.

For the record, a waitress told Yokoyama that “hardly anyone leaves their tsukko meshi unfinished.”

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.