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At Home with Venetia in Kyoto

ENTERTAINMENT 2009 30 mins Episode(s): 115 ~ English English
Venetia Stanley-Smith has lived in the Kyoto district of Ohara for almost 20 years.
She is a firm believer of living in accordance with nature, and utilizes its gifts in all aspects of daily living. Venetia’s garden is filled with over 100 varieties of seasonal herbs. She uses them in recipes for cooking, cleaning and beauty in her own unique style.
Discover her original recipes, watch her journeys across Japan, and experience Venetia’s unhurried lifestyle and truly eco-friendly way of living.


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