If you’re looking to become a culinary expert, you can do so on a National Geographic TV series called Master of Japan.
The series, which premieres Monday, will air over two weeks beginning March 14, 2018.
You can watch the pilot on National Geographic’s National Geographic channel.
The first episode of the series will focus on the culinary journey of the first cookbook author, Takashi Iwasaki, who traveled to Japan in 1892.
You’ll learn how to make the most famous sushi rolls in Japan and how to use spices, herbs and seasonings to create a unique taste.
It will also give viewers an insider look at the chefs who are working in Japan today, how chefs are preparing foods for the public and the challenges of becoming a professional chef.
The show will be filmed in Japan.
Takashi and his wife, Shizuko, moved to the United States in 1982.
They started cooking at a restaurant in New York City, and the couple opened their first Japanese restaurant in Washington, D.C. In the pilot, they explain how they started cooking with spices and herbs and how they have made dishes that are authentic to Japan.
They also explain how to take the ingredients they use for their meals and mix them together in the kitchen to create their signature Japanese style of sushi rolls.
In addition, the show will look at how to get the most out of your training.
The chefs have been on National Geography TV for over a decade, and have gained a lot of respect from the American public, including some who have become restaurant owners themselves.
The cast includes actors, chefs and food writers.
The pilot is being filmed at the Takashi Isakawa restaurant, and will be available online at National Geographic.
The National Geographic series has received more than 2.2 million views online.
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