Hiroshi Suzuki, the Japanese ambassador to India, has become a social media sensation for his deep appreciation of Indian cuisine since his arrival in India last year. Videos capturing the 61-year-old ambassador savoring Indian delicacies have gone viral on multiple occasions, showcasing his genuine love for the diverse and flavorful dishes of the country.
A Memorable Visit to Sarojini Nagar:
In a recent delightful escapade, the Japanese Ambassador and his wife, Eiko Suzuki, visited one of New Delhi’s renowned destinations, Sarojini Nagar. This bustling area is celebrated for its roadside flea markets and delectable street foods that lure both locals and tourists alike.
Accompanying them on this vibrant excursion was Mayo, a Japanese YouTuber fluent in Hindi and a popular content creator on social media platforms. Their visit was a celebration of Indian culture and cuisine.
Ambassador Suzuki’s connection with Indian culture:
Ambassador Suzuki shared a video of their Sarojini Nagar visit on the microblogging platform X (formerly known as Twitter). In his caption, Suzuki wrote, “An incredible desi experience with Hindi-speaking Japanese YouTuber Mayo san! Aloo tikki Dijiye” (Give us some aloo tikki), revealing his enthusiasm for trying local street food.
The heartwarming video depicted Ambassador Suzuki relishing street food, exploring various shops, and engaging in warm conversations with locals and shop owners. Social media users have showered the video with overwhelmingly positive feedback, lauding Suzuki for his genuine interest in Indian culture and his eagerness to connect with people from diverse backgrounds.
This isn’t the first time Ambassador Suzuki has garnered attention for his food-related adventures. Ambassador Hiroshi Suzuki’s culinary explorations serve as a heartwarming reminder of the shared joys that transcend language and nationality.