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A Cooking Class in Japan

 

October 20, 2014

By Sandy Hu

The latest from Inside Special Fork

One of the most delicious meals I've had in Japan, to date, was at a Kikkoman consumer cooking class held at the company's Tokyo office on Friday. The theme was washoku, traditional Japanese cooking.

Of course, it didn't hurt that the class was taught by renowned chef Chisako Hori, managing director of Kikunoi, a restaurant group that was awarded three Michelin stars for its main restaurant in Kyoto. She is also chef-owner and nutritionist at the anti-aging restaurant, Rire.

I have a history with Kikkoman, having grown up with its soy sauce, as my mother and grandmother before me. Kikkoman is a family business that goes back 19 generations and if I could trace my family back to Japan, they were probably Kikkoman users, too.

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