'Yoshoku' Cuisine - The First Western Food
Yokohama city, Kanagawa Pref.
FOOD 2016 25 minutes Episode(s): 1 english Japanese
Yokohama is a city of international port where western culture first developed in Japan after many years of isolation. Yokohama's 'Hotel New Grand' opened in 1927 and many 'Yoshoku' or Japanese-style western dishes were created there. 'Yoshoku' has changed Japanese culture. The camera focuses on the hotel, which became one of Yokohama's landmarks telling the story of how these dishes were created.
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