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Wa-shoku: Beyond Sushi

HD   G SDH

Junichi Suzuki

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About the Movie

Beginning with sushi, Japanese cuisine is familiar all over the world today. At Japanese restaurants, you can see people, regardless of their ethnicity, enjoy- ing this food culture. There is a passionate story behind the men who dedicated their lives to spreading Japan's traditional cultural cuisine making Wa-shoku (Japanese Food) recognized throughout the world today. Featuring Mr. Noritoshi Kanai, the Chairman of Mutual Trading Co., Nobu Matsuhisa, the chef/owner of Nobu restaurants, Katsuya Uechi, the chef/owner of Katsu-ya group, Tyson Cole, the chef/owner of Uchi restaurant, Joel Robuchon, a French chef, Yoshihiro Murata, the chef/owner of Kyoto Kikunoi, Shige Nakamura a Ramen master and more. This feature documentary film shows the past and the future of Wa-Shoku that these men and women created and how they maintained the essential traditional qualities of Japanese food.

Customer Reviews

Hungry for sushis? Get a lot more!

A fascinating documentary about Japanese culinary scene and its origins. I was hungry at every image and ordered japanese food right away!

Not only sushis....

Very interesting documentary, different vision on the Japanese food. I really enjoyed it...even more than "Jiro Dreams of Sushi", I believe! Must seen documentary on Sunday night :)

Japan

This is an amazing documentary … it’s more that just about food, it’s a gateway into whole other culture and way of life. Quite a humbling experience.

Wa-shoku: Beyond Sushi
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  • $7.99
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Released: 2015

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