The sushi as you know today is about 200 years old. But the origin dates back over 2000 years ago.
The history of sushi began with Paddy Fields in Asia, where fish was fermented with rice vinegar, salt and rice, after which the rice was discarded. The dish is today known as narezushi, and was introduced to Japan around the Yayoi period. In the Muromachi period, people began to eat the rice as well as the fish. During the Edo period, vinegar rather than fermented rice began to be used. In pre-modern times and modern times, it has become a form of food strongly associated with Japanese culture.
Give me a coffee.
Shrine ... Shino Shrine
Not to confuse with お寺 Otera, Buddhist Temple.
This is usually a written form of 決める（きめる Kimeru）.
Have you decided?
Kaikaku, is the Japanese term for "radical change". In business, Kaikaku is concerned with making fundamental and radical changes to a production system, unlike Kaizen which is focused on incremental changes. Both Kaizen and Kaikaku can be applied to activities other than production.