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As the sun sets behind Mt Fuji, the neon lights of Tokyo flicker to life: izakayas, restaurants and bars fill; beer, umeshu, highballs, chuhai and sake are raised to cheers of ?kanpai!', and the scent and sounds of nightlife fill the air. Tokyo's night scene - outside of the reserved, hallowed dining establishments - is fun, boisterous and lively. This is where locals shake off a long day, often staying out till the last trains leave the city.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
As the sun sets behind Mt Fuji, the neon lights of Tokyo flicker to life: izakayas, restaurants and bars fill; beer, umeshu, highballs, chuhai and sake are raised to cheers of ?kanpai!', and the scent and sounds of nightlife fill the air. Tokyo's night scene - outside of the reserved, hallowed dining establishments - is fun, boisterous and lively. This is where locals shake off a long day, often staying out till the last trains leave the city.
Autorenporträt
Brendan and Caryn Liew set up their pop-up Japanese café, chotto, in 2016, bringing the art of traditional ryokan-style breakfasts to the Australian city of Melbourne. The café transported diners to Japan on a cultural and culinary journey that traversed old and new, everything inspired from countryside dinners on the Nakasendo trail, to the food of Japan¿s far north and deep south, and the animated feasts of Studio Ghibli. Head chef Brendan Liew spent time at the three-Michelin-starred Nihonryori Ryugin in Roppongi, Tokyo and Hong Kong, and also studied the art of ramen-making in Japan before delving into kappo and modern kaiseki cuisine. In Melbourne, he has worked at Kappo, Supernormal, Golden Fields and Bistro Vue. Together, Brendan and Caryn have travelled extensively through Japan¿s countryside and major cities to explore, learn and live Japan¿s culture and cuisine.