Eating a Japanese dish is also a pleasure for all five senses;
1. beautiful arrangement in selected crockeries, the background colour, and the colour of the dish itself, the arrangement;
2. the sound you hear through the inner ear leading from the throat;
3. the aroma, and that agony of anticipation;
4. the sense of touch is inside your mouth – the tongue, the inner cheeks and the palate – and how it feels in there;
5. and above all, the taste!
That is the Symphony on the plates of the people for whom you cook: your family members and guests.
At Emi’s Kitchen, you will learn not only to cook, but also to prepare Japanese dishes in home-style cooking.