“What a strange thing! to be alive beneath cherry blossoms.” ― Kobayashi Issa, Poems
Kaiseki ryori refers to dishes that are enjoyed with Japanese sake during banquets. While there are no strict rules in the formation of its menu, many kaiseki ryori dishes are served in courses. These courses are characterized with shirumono (soup) and ko-no-mono (pickled vegetables) eaten with steamed rice at the end of the meal, after… Read More What is Kaiseki Ryori (会席料理)?