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In “Japan: The Cookbook,” publishers Phaidon found the ideal food writer in Nancy Singleton Hachisu.

While this is Hachisu’s first book with Phaidon, it’s her third book on Japanese food, and it comes after 30 years of living in Japan, collecting and cooking hundreds of recipes, writing hundreds of thousands of words about Japanese food and continuously advocating for the country’s culinary heritage.

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