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You don't need to be rich to eat great food in Japan. Food is such an integral part of Japanese culture that people commonly have a deep understanding on varieties of ingredients as well as a high standard of food in comparison to the countries of the West.
Children are exposed to a variety of dishes in their 'Kyuu-shoku' [school meal] and this may be one of the contributing factors to how the Japanese have developed such exquisite taste and flavour.

These image document not only the attitude, culture, and colours of Japanese children in classrooms, but also their relationship with food. The duration of this project was over the course of 12-months while eating with these children daily. 


*The Kyuu-shoku project is on its way to become a photo-essay book














MUSHIWOOSEONGJAMES 2017

MUSHIWOOSEONGJAMES 2017

MUSHIWOOSEONGJAMES 2017