• $9.99

Publisher Description

From bracken to butterbur to "princess" bamboo, some of Japan's most iconic foods are foraged, not grown, in its forests, fields, and coastal waters--yet most Westerners have never heard of them.

In this book, journalist Winifred Bird eats her way from one end of the country to the other in search of the hidden stories of Japan's wild foods, the people who pick them, and the places whose histories they've shaped.

"A beautiful and thoughtful exploration of the deep relationship--past and present--between people and wild plants in one of the world's richest foraging regions."—Samuel Thayer, author of Incredible Wild Edibles and The Forager's Harvest

GENRE
Cookbooks, Food & Wine
RELEASED
2021
March 9
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
264
Pages
PUBLISHER
Stone Bridge Press
SELLER
Perseus Books, LLC
SIZE
4.1
MB