When it comes to gastronomically-centred cities, people often point to Paris, Tuscany, Hong Kong, and other big names as go-to destinations.
But Tokyo? Most would associate the country with high-end technology placed side-by-side with ancient temples. However, Tokyo Cult Recipes
shows us a different side of this fast-paced city – one steeped in tradition, both food and culture oriented.
Written by Maori Murota, a completely self-taught chef who has worked at Parisian restaurants Düo and La Conserverie, Tokyo Cult Recipes
walks you through the gastronomical day of a Tokyo food-lover. From asa teishoku
(breakfast) to specialty bento
boxes for lunch and all the oyatsu
(snacks) in between, Tokyo Cult Recipes
will show you how simple yet incredibly diverse Japanese cooking can be.
Tokyo Cult Recipes features:
- Hard cover, 270 pages.
- Chapters include breakfast, lunch, bento, snacks, izayaka (Japanese tapas) and home cooking.
- Beautifully photographed and accompanied by a glossary of essential Japanese cooking ingredients.
- Addresses at back for popular Tokyo restaurants.
Dimensions: 21cm (w) x 26.5cm (h).