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Destination Dining - Tokyo Kitchen (Sold Out)

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Over the last 40 years, millions of people in Japan have participated in one of the biggest de facto longevity and anti-obesity experiment of all time. Through the research they have discovered how to conquer obesity and live longer than any other nation in the world. Now you have an opportunity to learn how to cook the most delicious and healthy meal when Naomi Moriyama, the noted Japanese food writer, will demystify Japanese home cooking and show you how to prepare a typical Japanese home-style meal. At the end, we will sit down and enjoy our meal, and each participant gets to invite a friend to join us at 7pm.

Naomi will show you: Japan-style food patterns, characteristics of Japanese cooking, and a typical Japanese meal. The event will be held in a prestigious private Midtown residence. The exact location will be disclosed to attendees.

This event is part of Kota Alliance’s crowdfunding campaign to establish a World Center for Women; a hub and incubator for women-focused nonprofits and women social entrepreneurs in New York City. You can join this fun, delicious event and support our hard work to get there!

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About Naomi Moriyama: Naomi is a mother, wife, daughter, author and marketing professional. She is a co-author of “Secrets of the World’s Healthiest Children: Why Japanese Children have the longest, healthiest lives and how yours can too” (Little Brown, UK), “Japanese Women Don’t Get Old Or Fat: Secrets of My Mother’s Tokyo Kitchen” and “The Japan Diet” (Random House, US and UK). She was born and raised in Japan, and lives in New York City with her 11 year-old son and her husband and co-author, William Doyle.

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