Sushi Shokunin: Japan's Culinary Masters
In Japan, cooking often bears aesthetic value, and the making of sushi is exalted as one of the finest culinary crafts. In line with this ideal of food as art, the Japanese often employ the word shokunin, loosely defined as “artisan”, to refer to highly skilled sushi masters.
In this stunning monograph, James Beard Award-winning photographer and author Andrea Fazzari profile twenty of the most celebrated sushi masters on the Japanese food scene. A must-have for sushi enthusiasts—and for anyone interested in fine food culture—Sushi Shokunin is the first book of its kind of the most revered sushi masters and restaurants. 280 pages, 200+ illustrations.
Dimensions: W 9.8" x L 13" x D 1.4"
Cover: Silk Hardcover