YUICHI Kamimura, founder of Niseko's famed Kamimura restaurant, has been invited to Hong Kong to work as a guest chef at the Aberdeen Marina Club in Hong Kong from November 15-22.
The Marina Club is owned by the Shangri-La Group and is among the most prestigious private clubs in Hong Kong.
YUICHI Kamimura – former five-year apprentice for Sydney’s famous celebrity chef, Tetsuya Wakuda – is renowned locally for delectable dinners at his restaurant and café, Kamimura. This season, Yuichi, who says he has almost spent his entire life in the kitchen, will be trying his deft hand at a gourmet breakfast menu, aimed
Tetsuya. It is a name that stops Australian foodies in their tracks. The story of a young Japanese man arriving in Australia with no English, no money and no experience who went on to establish one of the best restaurants in the world has become dining folklore. Now right here in Niseko, we have our own version of Tetsuya who has a similar
Anywhere outside Japan these days, mention the word Hokkaido, and images of powder snow immediately leap to mind.Mention Hokkaido to a Japanese, however, and the image has always been of food. Particularly seafood and dairy products.
But just as the ski scene is undergoing a revolution in Hokkaido, so too the local food industry
The recent opening of Kamimura, Dragon Bar and J Sekka has seen the local dining scene step up to another level this season.
Previously the top restaurants were still fairly casual and inexpensive. Now true fine dining is widely available.
Yuichi Kamimura’s new restaurant in the Yama Shizen is one of the most talked about