Gastronomy, Japan - Tokyo

Kyo-Aji in Tokyo -Teaser 1

January 23, 2015

A very poetic soup at Kyo-Aji, and for me, it’s simply a master piece of Japanese cuisine. Chef Nishi-san came to explain the “visual” idea of this soup to us. He said: After the winter, the spring will arrive. In this bowl, we can see the spring’s vitality is hidden under the winter ice. What a poetic soup…! Daikon (the radish) is great during the winter. The elegant and fresh aroma of Yuzu was so pleasant which reminded me the breeze in the spring. When drinking the soup, it seemed there was a gentle warm flow went through my body & heart.
Chapeau a Chef Nishi-san.


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