Sushi skills: Chef Masaharu Morimoto sets new world record at Napa's BottleRock music festival

NAPA, Calif. (KGO) -- Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto has used his sushi-making skills to set a new world record.

Video shows him taking the stage at Bottlerock Napa on the Williams Sonoma Culinary Stage and carving up a 205-pound tuna into 100 portions of sushi.

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He worked fast, but with precision.

Chef Morimoto did it in 12 minutes, 59-seconds flat, half the time he normally takes to carve up such a big fish.

That's good enough for a Guinness World Record.

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