In the Kitchen: Marika Kinoshita, Roam Tokyo

Our third kitchen series lowdown takes place in  Roam Tokyo, at arguably the most artistic and poetic of all the Roam locations. Japanese cuisine, most popularly known for sushi and tea ceremonies, encompasses much more than what is often tasted internationally. Japan’s four distinctive seasons allows for a not only a range of varied produce, but…

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Behind the Scenes: The Making of Roam Tokyo

“Pare down to the essence, but don’t remove the poetry.” “Wabi-Sabi: For Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers” by Leonard Koren.  This simple excerpt sums up the distinctive Japanese style of Wabi-sabi. Often cited but rarely understood in its full depth, Wabi–sabi is a Japanese aesthetic with spiritual roots. Zen and Mahayana monks introduced this concept…

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