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Noma in Kyoto

Noma in Kyoto

New magazine available at our shop and online!!

In this book, the Noma team talks about what they have learned from Japanese culture and food, as well as the charms of Kyoto, with beautiful photographs. This is a magazine that makes you feel the charm of Japan and Kyoto just by reading it.

This in-depth journal tells the story of when noma went to Kyoto in the height of Sakura season. With their entire team of 103 extraordinarily curious individuals, we embarked on a completely new adventure to the mythical city of Kyoto.

This publication offers readers—from food enthusiasts to anyone curious about Japan—insight into noma's travels and learnings, and a guide to the remarkable city they got to call home for an entire spring. It's a loving glimpse into our experience, the dishes they created, the people we met and the journeys we undertook.
Noma in Kyoto features contributions from the noma team as well as friends from around the world, including writers Adam Sachs and Robbie Swinnerton and actress Lily Collins. 
Text in English | Approximately 220 pages on high-quality paper | Limited edition single-run magazine.
About the publication

Before their kitchen team arrived in Kyoto to create the menu, their researchers travelled the length and breadth of Japan in search of natural wines and specialist sake brewers, master fermenters, knives by generations of artisans, tableware created by potters and cutlers, rare seaweeds and fresh produce from the cycle ofJapanese micro-seasons. They developed an extensive network of craftspeople, artisans, chefs, farmers, foragers. We hiked with monks, fished for seaweed, scoured flea markets for decor details, collectively driven by our hunger for discovery. And always, we ate and ate and ate.

 

The results of their adventures are the beating heart of this magazine, and the foundation for this guide to Kyoto and beyond. The information in NOMA IN KYOTO, everything our team saw, learned, loved, and did, would be difficult to access unless you were a local or a Japanese speaker. We explored every corner of Kyoto from mountains and temples to wineries, miso factories, noodle shops, Michelin-starred restaurants, art, ramen, and coffee.

At a minimum, these pages will help you find deliciousness when you visit. But the greater hope is that they will inspire a few readers who are new to the subject to build a sustained relationship with Japan.

 

 

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