The Three Fives of Japanese Cuisine: Gomi Goshoku Goho

  • Published on : 18/05/2018
  • by : Japan Experience
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The three "fives" of gomi goshoku goho are fundamental to traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine. They derive from ancient Chinese philosophy, but have become an integral part of Japanese culinary culture, essential to understand if you want to really appreciate Japanese food. Read about their background and meaning.

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