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Japanese Cuisine – is still an Exotic Genre

 

giesha

Japanese Cuisine still has its place in the exotic genre, as it represents a contradictory structure of familiarity; it’s still fashionable and familiar but at the same time different and sometimes unusual.  It is also a much loved cuisine for the healthy diet conscious consumers due to its fresh and lean qualities and is my favorite dining choice.  If you are in Sydney or coming to Sydney please read my latest article on a small traditional style Japanese restaurant I found in Darlinghurst. Click here

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Japanese Calligraphy meaning ‘To Eat’

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