Kaiseki-Ryori was originally a simple meal served during the traditional tea ceremony.

The original kaiseki was vegetarian with a bowl of soup and three kinds of simple dishes.

But during the middle of the Edo period, restaurants started to serve kaiseki with a variety of other dishes.

Kaiseki is an artistic Japanese cuisine because each dish is served individually with a small amount of carefully prepared and beautifully arranged food.

Although it is not very filling, it certainly satisfies one’s eyes with its beauty.


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