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A Miche­lin-starred restau­rant in Ja­pan closed tem­po­rar­ily af­ter 14 peo­ple got food-poi­son­ing from a fancy Ja­panese-style meal there, and an in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the cause is con­tin­u­ing. The Kana­gawa pre­fec­tural govern­ment said six men and eight women com­plained of di­ar­rhoea and stom­ach pains af­ter eat­ing at Kita Ka­makura Saryo Gen­toan on June 11. Their menu of­fer­ings in­cluded squid, jelly with sea urchin, pump­kin cooked with fish, eel and sweets, ac­cord­ing to the pre­fec­ture. A pic­turesque restau­rant among the trees of Ka­makura, a coastal town south of Tokyo, it is known for serv­ing meals in quiet Ja­panese-style rooms. It serves kaiseki, or small, mul­ti­ple­course dishes, and has one star in the lat­est Miche­lin guide. The restau­rant closed on its own on June 14. The pre­fec­ture’s clo­sure or­der was lifted yes­ter­day, although the cause of the food poi­son­ing re­mains un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

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