Kamado Stove & Japanese Cooking

  • Published on : 26/10/2012
  • by : Japan Experience

During the Edo Period (1603-1867) of Japanese history, wealthy merchants and rich samurai began to eat a kaiseki style of Japanese food cooked on a kamado stove. This cuisine was based on white rice plus side dishes such as miso soup, tsukemono pickles, fried fish and tofu served with sake where appropriate.

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