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“Qualities of our cookware and utensils” ~Material and design that brings about the essence of food~ ~ the calming scent of wood~ ~and the strength and durability of hand crafted work~ “These indispensable cooking utensils that were created by the gift of wisdom out of Japanese culture, gradually come to fit the user’s hands and daily cooking becomes a pleasure and a time to relax. After spending 55 years in the kitchen of Japan , Tsukiji, Hitachiya has opened a ...

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May Cooking Class

We send a BIG thank you to our participants who came out to the Dried Vegetables Class!! We had a successful turnout and hope you all enjoyed it! Here is a picture from the event: Looking forward to see everyone next Shojin Ryori Cooking Class in June !

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Shojin Ryori Cooking Class in June

Masami Asao`s Shojin Ryori Cooking Class is coming soon!!! June 5(Fri),2015 for Japanese, June 6(Sat),2015 for English, June 8(Mon), 2015 for Japanese and English The experience of cooking and eating shojin ryori connect you to the heart, spirit, and tradition of Japan. Please join us!! For more information please contact at info@hitachiya-usa.com or 310-534-3136

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Online Knifeshop

Visit our website: Online Knifeshop. News from our knife shop where we will continue to introduce fun facts about knives! This time we will introduce to you background on Sharpening Your Knife. Sharpening Your Knife Before a traditional Japanese sharpener begins working on any sharpening, he first thanks the household Shinto altar by bowing to it. Similarly, people in Japan say, “Itadakimasu!” before eating. I’ve heard that this is because Japanese culture and religion share a lot of common ground ...



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Mon.  11 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Open
Tue.- Fri.  11a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Open
Sat.   11am.- 6:00 p.m. Open
Sun. 11am.- 5:00 p.m. Open
Holidays are the same hours as on Sunday.