From Japan with love (and dashi), video of Japanese cuisine
I am fascinated by the cultural and natural wealth that our planet has, and that is why traveling is one of my passions. Unfortunately, I cannot do it as often as I would like, and there are many distant destinations that still elude me. Fortunately, we can peek into remote corners through the magic of the internet and the work of other restless people who share their experiences with us, as in this fantastic video titled From Japan with love (and dashi).
Surely many of you remember a similar project that we could see around here in which we could delve into the gastronomy of Vietnam. And it is that the video that I present to you today is the new chapter of the same authors, who work together in The Perennial Plate. It is a documentary program that shares online short films about food in different parts of the world.
On this occasion, they present us in just over two minutes a delicious video about Japanese gastronomy, combining images of traditional dishes with many aspects of the attractive Japanese culture. In this way, we can see experts in the art of fish cutting, fast food places, sushi masters, vending machines, noodle artisans, the busy life of the cities and the contrast with the countryside, etc.
I was already a lover of Japanese culture in general and its cuisine in particular, so this fantastic short documentary has only increased my desire to travel to this fascinating country. And I'm sure that, after enjoying his images, he will have caught many of you as well. By the way, the dashi It is the name of the fish stock that is used as the base of many dishes.
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