In 2013 Japanese cuisine has been added to Unesco's Intangible Cultural Heritage list due to its extraordinary health quality and its great cultural value. Let's take a look together.

Respect for the natural properties of the ingredients
The exclusively seasonal use of the ingredients is a fundamental characteristic of the true Japanese cuisine. For this reason, each dish faithfully reflects the nature cycles. Thee cooking processes are limited to the minimum, so that the aromas and beneficial qualities of each ingredient are respected.

A balanced and healthy diet.
The Japanese diet is perfectly balanced and low in fat. It is a valid contribution to the maintenance of a high quality of life and a bulwark against the onset of deseases such as obesity.

Japanese dishes, little works of art
The seasonal nature of the recipies is also reflected in the artistic presentation of the dishes: leaves, flowers and bamboo chiselded with special cutting techniques reproduce original floral arrangements. The decoration also extends to the table and the room, to create a unique and harmonious setting.

Washoku: experience the harmony
Japanese cuisine expresses the importance that popular culture gives to nature, its cycles and events. In Japan sharing the meal with the family and community members is an opportunity to strengthen social ties and to thank the nature for its gifts.

Warai offers the real Washoku, to make customers experience the original soul of Japan in authenthic, pleasing and rewarding dishes.