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In Japan, cooking is often seen as an art form, with sushi making considered one of the highest culinary crafts. The term "shokunin," loosely meaning "craftsman," is used for skilled sushi masters who approach their work with artistic and spiritual dedication, known as "ikigai."

 

In the book "Sushi Shokunin," photographer Andrea Fazzari profiles twenty renowned sushi masters, capturing their aesthetic, philosophy, and dedication. A must-read for sushi enthusiasts and those interested in fine food culture, the book invites readers into the exclusive world where sushi making is not just a career but a lifestyle.

Sushi Shokunin

kr 800,00Price
  • 25 x 33 cm

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