Food | Sep 19

'Aloo Tikki Dijiye': Japanese envoy visits Delhi's Sarojini Nagar; 'I am an Indian now'

Hiroshi Suzuki, Japanese envoy to India, has become a social media sensation. Millions of people appreciated the ambassador's love of Indian food and culture.

In the latest, the envoy visited Delhi's iconic Sarojini Nagar market with his wife. Hiroshi Suzuki was seen enjoying Indian street food in the bustling market. "Aloo tikki dijiye," said Suzuki in a video he shared on social media platform X. Many people hailed the ambassador as a "very down-to-earth" individual.


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