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Fugu, a fish delicacy usually offered to discerning diners at expensive Japanese restaurants, may become available at cheaper eateries in Tokyo in October if the metropolitan government allows unlicensed chefs to process and sell the poisonous puffer fish.

The move may be welcomed by stingy Tokyoites, but cautious consumers are likely to keep going to restaurants where licensed professionals prepare the delicacy.

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