Remember popping that first piece of raw sushi in your mouth? Kind of wacky and edgy, wasn't it? If you relished that experience, chances are you developed a passion for the quality of Japanese cuisine; the beauty of the presentation, the freshness, and the primal act of consuming raw flesh. And, if such a treasure was an essential part of your cultural and traditional heritage slowly vanishing to foreign influences, what crimes might you ignore or sanction to assure its future?
On the business trip of a lifetime to Tokyo for the launch of his dynamic aquatic invention, Hatteras businessman Seth Tinsley is certain his new product will astonish and panic the wealthy power brokers in the international seafood industry. Seth never thought about his success attracting the attention of an wealthy faction willing to go to any means to preserve the integrity of their country's ancient cuisine.
Before his grand product display at the Tsukiji Market and the media blitz at the United States Embassy, Seth finds out he is wanted by the JNP for mass-murder and has become nothing more than an expendable pawn of the US Government. He finally comprehends that he is also the prey of a company unleashing a deadly gambit to control Japan's sixty-billion dollar seafood industry. Seth figures his only chance against the long odds of staying alive is to somehow escape Japan and lure his enemies back to Kill Devil Hills to sate their not raw enough obsession.
If you've never tried sushi that's Not Raw Enough, give it a taste -- it's to die for.