Japanese Detail: Cuisine. Sadao Hibi.

Japanese Detail: Cuisine

Chronicle Books. 8.8 x 11.8", 139 pp., over 300 color examples of utensils in preparing food for the palate, glossary, pictorial wrappers, San Francisco, 1989. (o.p.; near fine). Item #5047
ISBN: 0877015961

Included are 2 essays, one by Yoshio Okuno of the Nara Prefecture Folk Museum, and a second by Kenji Ekuan of the GK Industrial Design Laboratory, analyzes the historical roles of color and form in traditional culinary objects. They are followed by an extensive glossary of techniques and objects.

These beautiful color objects include Sake cups, tea utensils, lacquer and porcelain bowls, plates, Mamezara, Tsubo and jars, bowls, teacups and teapots, serving trays and dinner trays, Jubako, lipped bowls, cooking utensils, baskets and measure boxes.

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