Saturday, April 11, 2009

Shojin Cuisine at Kajitsu

Shojin Cuisine, an ancient Japanese culinary practice developed in Zen Buddhist monasteries.

Shojin Cuisine does not use meat or fish. Meals are prepared from fresh, in season vegetables, legumes, wild herbs, seeds and grains, chosen at the moment in the season that best reflects their flavor.

You can also enjoy Real green tea served by a chef, Nishihara who learned tea ceremony in Kyoto, Japan.

Kajitsu, NYC
414 E 9th St
New York, NY
10009, USA
+1 212-228-4873

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