Tokyo restaurant creates menu based on last meals of famous death row inmates

Tokyo restaurant creates menu based on last meals of famous death row inmates




A pop-up restaurant in Tokyo, Japan launched a menu of morbid meals for a restricted time.

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Ningen Restaurant, which means “human restaurant,” opened within the metropolis’s crimson gentle district this month, serving final meals requested by well-known dying row inmates like double-murderer Gary Mark Gilmore, who requested a hamburger, baked potato, hard-boiled egg and three Jack Daniels photographs; “Black Widow” Judy Buonoano, who dined on asparagus, broccoli, tomatoes and strawberries; and a rendition of killer clown John Wayne Gacy’s bucket of KFC, french fries, pound of strawberries and fried shrimp – amongst others.

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The pop-up, which runs till October 28, is an element of a bigger artwork set up by Chim↑Pom artwork collective, Insider reviews. The exhibit options artworks by Austrian avant-garde artist Hermann Nitsch and performances by native artists, the publication reviews.
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Although the primary restaurant for final meals was solely open for 2 weeks, it obtained constructive evaluations from those that went.




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