How to care the Japanese kitchen utensils by Akiko Hino
This great english translated booklet is a guide to use Japanese kitchen utensils. It’s like a bible on how to care for and give a long life to your tools around the kitchen. It also talks about the artisan, how they are made and how to use your tools, illustrated with beautiful pictures.
The author Akiko Hino, has written a number of books about kitchen tools. She has also worked on many projects to revive traditional Japanese products, modernising and giving them a new life, so the younger generations can use and easily understand these products.
This is one to keep.
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