Food Sake Tokyo

With Alton Brown in Ginza

Three years ago today I had the pleasure of taking Alton Brown on a tour in Tokyo. We did a book exchange at the end, he gave me a copy of this newest cookbook and I gave him Food Sake Tokyo. It was such a pleasure to meet him and help him find knives at Tsukiji Market and chopsticks at a chopstick specialty shop.

It’s crazy the times we are now in. Japan has not been affected too much by the coronavirus, not like in the US. But we are behind on the vaccines. Hoping I can get vaccinated in July. Also looking forward to the day when the border reopens and I can return to bringing clients to the food markets of Tokyo.

2 thoughts on “Food Sake Tokyo

  1. Hello Yukari-san

    My name is Harry Wilson and I live in Tokyo where I am studying Japanese for the next 2 years.

    I come from Australia and have worked in the hospitality industry for more than 35 years.

    I would very much like to be able to book some time with you to look at the Depachika, supermarkets and other markets so I can improve my knowledge of Japanese food culture.

    I look forward to hearing from you to discuss a plan for being able to do that.

    Warm regards

    Harry Wilson Instagram @thingsxjohn

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