懐石

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  • (かい)(せき)
    かいせき (kaiseki)

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  • noun
    kaiseki, sophisticated traditional Japanese cuisine brought in courses
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  • simple meal eaten before tea is served
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  • {gesch.} collatie, lichte maaltijd voorafgaand aan de theeceremonie
    • {cul.} traditionele Japanse haute cuisine
      • einfache Mahlzeit vor der Teezeremonie (der Ausdruck kommt von dem Brauch in Zentempeln, sich mit einem warmen Stein den Bauch wärmen zu lassen, um das Hungergefühl zu beruhigen; diese Mahlzeit erfüllt einen ähnlichen Zweck)
        • лёгкая закуска (подаётся перед чайной церемонией)
          • refrigerio sencillo que se sirve antes de tomar el té

            Kaiseki ryouri 懐石料理

            懐石 - kaiseki, sophisticated traditional Japanese cuisine brought in coursesImage Kaiseki ryouri 懐石料理: Author: JapanDict, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

            Kanji in this word

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            • 16 strokes

              pocket, feelings, heart, yearn, miss someone, become attached to, bosom, breast

            • 5 strokes

              stone