Kinfolk: Discovering New Things To Cook, Make And Do is a way to get a glimpse of Japanese life. The magazine, now in is eighth volume, explores the values, skills and recipes of the Japanese people.
KINFOLK Edited by Nathan Williams 140pp ISBN 9-781941-815007 550 baht Available at Asia Books
The story of Japanese knives is told through a chef's personal experience. It describes how a knife isn't just another tool in the kitchen, but an icon in local culinary art.
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