The Japanese Kitchen

The Japanese Kitchen Review

In the first comprehensive introduction to Japanese cooking for the U.S. market in two decades, Hiroko Shimbo Beitchman gently and authoritatively demystifies for Western cooks this elegant and tasty cuisine....

Title:The Japanese Kitchen
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Dj

    I am sorry that I most likely won't ever use any of the recipes in this book. It seems that I am dishonoring the author and all the fine work they put into this. This is the type of cookbook that give...

  • Darren

    Japanese food still remains a bit of a unknown quantity to many people or, at the very best, people have heard of, or even tried, some Sushi dishes. Yet there is a whole lot more to discover and possi...

  • Junio

    Katie says that I'm becoming a small Japanese woman, and it's all thanks to this book.I don't really use this book to cook during the winter or high summer, but it is great for recipes in the spring a...

  • Micah

    This book is an excellent source of Japanese recipes. The real clincher for making this book great is that it teaches you how to make a lot of ingredients that you can't get premade in lots of places ...

  • Alain Harvey

    You love Japanese food. You enjoy it at restaurants whenever you can. But what you really want to do is to prepare it in your own kitchen. That's easy using Hiroko Shimbo's classic books, The Japanese...

  • Stephen Simpson

    A clear, accessible, well-written, and pretty comprehensive cookbook covering Japanese home cooking. The discussion of Japanese ingredients and cooking tools may be a little superfluous for some reade...

  • Cymiki

    a great book for anyone wanting to immerse himself in oriental cooking from the basics to the more complicated....

  • Karen

    It is interesting and a fun read, lots of good information about Japanese cooking, ingredients, and kitchen gadgets, but most recipes seem very fussy....

  • Michelle

    Fabulous - huge amounts of information on ingredients and every part of Japanese cooking, from basic homemade dashi to elaborate meals....

  • Jason Nomura

    Very good book. Unlike some celebrity chef books Hiroko has everyday workable recipes with ingredients that can be obtained....