Fare explores the tastes, textures, and triumphs of a single city in each issue.
In this issue: Kyoto is Japan’s ancient capital and one of its spiritual centres: a city where food and faith intertwine with nature, and locals find their voices amplified by millennia of tradition.
- Dive into the history of kaiseki cuisine in a centuries-old, three Michelin star tea house
- Visit the workshop of a fourth-generation lacquer maker and activist who applies ancient techniques to wooden skateboards and bikes
- Taste handcrafted jōgashi sweets inspired by changing seasons and the city's imperial past
- Meet Yoshihiro Imai, whose wood-fired kitchen centres around the Japanese concept of shime and comfort eating
Take a look inside daily life at the student-run Yoshida ryo, the oldest wooden dormitory in Japan
Glasgow, UK; 170 x 240mm; 198 pages; Biannual