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A Taste of Culture

By Weekender Editor

Award-winning cookbook author, food writer, and culinary ambassador Elizabeth Andoh offers hands-on classes as well as intensive workshops on washoku fundamentals from her Setagaya kitchen; for those unable to attend in person, she also offers a class through the Craftsy platform. This culinary arts program is perfect for those looking for a deeper exploration of ingredients, preparation and presentation techniques, and traditional foodways.

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