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A very nice read, as well as including recipes! If you like Japanese culture and/or love food, I recommend it : ). Read morePublished 14 months ago by Steve W. Heim
Very good. Enjoyable culinary visit to Kyoto, Japan. Easy and enjoyable read. Would recommend it to other readers of travel literature.Published 18 months ago by Mark R. Hoyt
Japanese cooking and living in Japan? What a wonderful combination. It was so fun to travel along on this journey.Published 20 months ago by Merianm
Writer delves deeply into the culinary culture of Kyoto kaiseki. For anyone interested in reading about the history and preparation of kaiseki this book will not disappoint. Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by PW
As I have in interest both in food and in Japan I was thrilled to discover this book.
It turns out that Victoria and I were both in Japan at about the same time. Read more
Loved this book and could relate to the author and her adventures. It brought back memories of studying abroad in Japan and living with a host-family.Published on August 1, 2008 by katnhwi
Having just finished Untangling My Chopsticks by Victoria Abbot Riccardi, I fix myself a cup of tea. Read morePublished on November 8, 2007 by Nancy
For those of us obsessed with Japan and its' fascinating culture, this book is a fun read. The author studied kaiseki cooking at an exclusive school in Kyoto, and the book spends... Read morePublished on March 23, 2007 by Jeffrey Gimble