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Ichiju-Sansai Project

Ichiju-Sansai Project

All About Ichiju-Sansai Project
Working in concert with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan. Let's eat Japanese food!
Michelin-Starred Chef on Ichiju-Sansai

Michelin-Starred Chef on Ichiju-Sansai

Michelin-starred chef David Bouley presented a seminar on 'ichiju-sansai' to 20 chefs from Aramark Corporation, one of the largest food service providers for educational institutions in the U.S.

Discover the Balance of Japanese Cuisine

Discover the Balance of Japanese Cuisine

During Ichiju-Sansai Week at Georgetown University, students can taste from a Japanese menu developed by the Japanese master chef of a Michelin-starred restaurant.

Michelin-Quality 'Ichiju-Sansai' Fish Recipe

Michelin-Quality 'Ichiju-Sansai' Fish Recipe

Created through a collaboration between Michelin-starred Chef Isao Yamada and food service provider Aramark Corporation, this original menu will give you a fresh perspective on Japanese cuisine.

Michelin-Level 'Ichiju-Sansai' Pork Recipe

Michelin-Level 'Ichiju-Sansai' Pork Recipe

This incredible set menu has been created through collaboration between Michelin-starred Chef Isao Yamada and food service provider Aramark Corporation.

What is Ichiju-Sansai?

What is Ichiju-Sansai?

World-famous Japanese foods like sushi, ramen and sukiyaki are actually not frequently served at the dinner table in ordinary Japanese households. To find more typical home cooking, we need to look at a kind of Japanese cuisine known as 'ichiju-sansai.'

Umami in New York

Umami in New York

Still not sure what umami is? Well, it's coming your way whether you like it or not.

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