Kaiseki: Japanese cuisine as an art form

05/17/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Chef Yoshihiro Murata serves traditional Japanese dishes in the form of kaiseki at Kikunoi, a Kyoto restaurant that has been serving diners for 95 years. Kaiseki, which is gaining an international following among some of the world's premiere chefs, involves paying close attention to every detail of a carefully planned menu, from the texture of the fish to the beautiful design of each plate.

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