What's a great cookbook for Japanese food?
Japanese Cooking, A Simple Art by Tsuji
Harumi's Japanese Cooking. (She has another book, also.) Harumi is a Japanese cooking personality with a wide following on her own country. Her American books contain quite a few simple and delicious recipes that aren't too intimidating and that don't require too many unusual ingredients. They're a good introduction to cooking Japanese food.
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