If You Were Served This Food You’d Reach For Your Camera Before Your Chopsticks.

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The appearance of some dishes are so artfully displayed, they seem to belong in an art gallery rather than on our dinner tables. Kaiseki falls under that description. The traditional Japanese, multi-course meal is broken down by none other than esteemed chef Niki Nakayama. The Californian chef explains the art behind kaiseki and what to expect when trying this exquisite cuisine.

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