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How a Japanese Chef Earned Michelin Stars

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What sets Michelin-starred chef from others? There must be plethora of reasons why the mastery of culinary endeavor is highly recognized from skills to depth of knowledge in one's profession, but for chef Hirohisa, it is his ability to declare his artistic expression in what he serves. The video reveals the chef's unwavering pursuit of subtlety.

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Japan's Cat Cafe

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There's nothing like a bad beard day.  Simon's life is ruined until his over-trimmed beard grows to a normal length. Cats come to the rescue with their beta energy and the video host's crushed self-image begins to heal. Cat cafes are popular in Japan where people retreat and rewind from their repressed workplace.

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How To Make Authentic Tempura Udon from Scratch

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Master chef and videographer Jun ride a bike with his adorable kitty to a local farm and picks out some eggplants and okura. The furry assistant makes sure its owner chooses right one for Tempura udon ingredients. Haku, the pet's name Jun finally reveals, helps its owner knead udon dough.

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Japanese Street Food

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Ameya Yokocho is the best and the largest open air market in Tokyo.  As you walk through the street, you will hear merchants shout out their low prices vying for people's attention.  This lively market offers everything from food and drink to apparel and gifts at discount. Mark tries a Chirashi bowl.  Not impressed with not so fresh fish, the video host decides to explore other stalls and walks in to a kiosk to enjoy deep-fried minced meat snack. His eatery stroll continues.

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Uni Sushi Restaurant in Tokyo

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Watch Paolo having palatal ecstasy as he tastes each piece of uni prepared differently. The friendly sushi chef chat with his customers as he explains where each sushi piece comes from.  If you are a uni lover, Sushi Saisho in Ginza is the place to visit.  The Omakase course which includes all you can drink beer, wine and Japanese sake at $125 USD should not be missed.

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