Posts Tagged: Japan

Simple food

Sometimes when I want to do something nice for myself, I buy books. That’s how I bought The Unknown Craftsman: A Japanese insight into beauty by Sōetsu Yanagi and Sunday Suppers by Karen Mordechai. Seemingly different, essentially they happen to

Simple food

Sometimes when I want to do something nice for myself, I buy books. That’s how I bought The Unknown Craftsman: A Japanese insight into beauty by Sōetsu Yanagi and Sunday Suppers by Karen Mordechai. Seemingly different, essentially they happen to

Chazuke – or let’s swim in some tea

I knew I had to bring Karine to write a guest post to follow the one about Dalia Ben Mayor’s ceramics studio, and, fortunately, she agreed. Karine is Karine Kedar – a really cool girl, traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine

Chazuke – or let’s swim in some tea

I knew I had to bring Karine to write a guest post to follow the one about Dalia Ben Mayor’s ceramics studio, and, fortunately, she agreed. Karine is Karine Kedar – a really cool girl, traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine

Without words

Dalia Ben Mayor, Yodfat, 07.05.14 Dalia is an amazing ceramicist. She’s the owner of Shino, a pottery studio built as an integral part of her family’s home that overlooks the Yodfat Mound (Tel Yodfat). Her beautiful pottery works, made for the

Without words

Dalia Ben Mayor, Yodfat, 07.05.14 Dalia is an amazing ceramicist. She’s the owner of Shino, a pottery studio built as an integral part of her family’s home that overlooks the Yodfat Mound (Tel Yodfat). Her beautiful pottery works, made for the