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A Zen food for Thought


Washoku (literally, “food of Japan”) refers to Japanese-style meals. To the Japanese, food is not just something that gives nourishment, but it is also an exhilarating experience that caters to the five senses. At Hotel Indonesia Kempinski’s newly launched OKU Japanese restaurant, lovers of this healthy and delicious cuisine are treated to a visual and savoury feast.

STORY BY Joy Karabaczek PHOTO BY Bagus Tri Laksono

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