Eating in Edo
Culinary culture flourished in Japan during the prosperous Edo period (1615–1868), when Japan experienced its longest period of peace. These 18 woodblock prints explore the richness of Edo cuisine, its beautiful presentations, and the wide variety of ingredients from land and sea that contributed to its development.
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