Japanese Farm Food

by Nancy Singleton Hachisu

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Original Publisher
Andrews McMeel Publishing
Date of publication

Recommended by

Sally Vincent

Blogger at Raining Sideways

At last, a beautiful, informative exciting book about Japanese food in English! Nancy Singleton Hachisu left her native California twenty five years ago to travel to Japan to learn about the food. She never returned, instead she married a Japanese farmer, a man as passionate about food as herself. Here is the story of their life on a farm in northern Japan, a book about the wonder and demystification of Japanese food . Beautifully written and full of wonderful photographs this book has a special place in my heart: I have Japanese family and have been lucky enough to travel extensively in Japan and now, at last, Nancy Singleton Hachisu has made the food accessible to me as well!

Lauraine Jacobs

Author and columnist

I have a fascination with Japan and with its emphasis on simple cooking everyday this is the definitive Japanese book I own.

Jeff Stutsman

Director of Operations, Momofuku Culinary Lab

This is a beautiful book with great insights into rural Japanese food and living.

Sandor Ellix Katz

Fermentation revivalist

Melissa Clark

Food Columnist, The New York Times

Aran Goyoaga

Food Writer, Stylist & Photographer

Jordan Bourke

Irish chef, food stylist and best-selling author