Nyotaimori or more commonly known as body sushi is a Japanese practice of serving sushi on a naked body of a woman. Origins of the practice are said to be from the time of the samurai and were included in celebrations of a victorious battle. The model is expected to lay still and talking with her is strongly discouraged. Inappropriate gestures or comments are not tolerated and diners can only pick up the sushi with chopsticks. The sushi is placed on sanitised leaves on the model's body to prevent skin-to-fish contact and on sufficiently flat areas of the body where the sushi will not roll. Certainly, a unique event that has a bit of erotism for the eyes and pallet.