KAJITSU
KAJITSU

KAJITSU NEW YORK

125 East 39th Street, New York NY 10016, United States
This may be the best vegan japanese food I have ever had outside of Kyoto's Buddhist temples. The cuisine is Shojin, the same one cooked by the buddhist monks, elaborate dishes and crazy ingredients (for an Italian ;).
Recommended by Susanna Cappellaro Actress & Writer Vogue, Freelance
Susanna Cappellaro

Kaiseki is a form of cuisine in which a series of dishes are presented in a well planned manner, beautifully arranged and in tune with the seasons. Shojin Ryori is the cuisine that originated from Zen Buddhism and it is entirely vegan. Traditionally this type of cooking is found in buddhist monasteries in Japan. There is no rush when eating here, part of the experience is to calmly savour and admire the little artworks which are placed one by one before your eyes. Sake pairing is available and highly recommended.

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