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Aomori, JapanBody Language, Saatchi Gallery, LondonSeptember, Misako & Rosen, TokyoReflections (in collaboration with Koyama Gallery) Ford Project, New YorkThe Most Requested Top 30/ 10 Years of Takahashi Collection, Tabloid Gallery, TokyoPaintings by Four Artists, Tomio Koyama Gallery Kyoto, Kyoto, JapanWinter Garden: The Exploration of the Microchip Imagination in Contemporary Japanese Art, curated by Midori Matsui, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo: JapanischesKulturinstitut, Cologne, Germany, 2009; The Japan Foundation, Toronto Canada, 2010;Galeri'a Arnold Belkin, Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City, Mexico, 2011Neoteny Japan: Contemporary Artists after 1990s from Takahashi Collection, Krishima Open-AirMuseum, Kagoshima, Japan; Sapporo Art Park, Hokkaido, Japan, 2008-09 / The NiigataPrefectural Museum of Modern Art, Niigata, Japan 2009 / Akita Museum of Modern Art, Akita,Japan 2009 / Yonago City Museum of Art, Tottori, Japan 2009-2010 / The Museum of Art Ehime, Ehime, Japan 2010Four of a Kind, Gallery Side 2, TokyoPretty Baby, Modern Art Museum, Forth Worth, Texas, USAHeroines, The Arnold and Marie Schwartz Gallery Met at the Metropolitan Opera, New YorkArt and Object, Aomori Museum of Art, AomoriVOCA, The Ueno Royal Museum, TokyoPost Modern, Greene Naftali, New Post Modern, Greene Naftali, New YorkJapan Pop, Helsinki City Art Museum, Helsinki, FinlandMarc FOXX, Los AngelesTokyo Girls Bravo 3, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, NY, USATime of My Life: Art with Youthful Spirit, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, TokyoMatrix 213: Some Forgotten Place, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CaliforniaOpening Exhibition, Tomio Koyama Gallery, TokyoFragile Figure, Palette Club, TokyoTokyo Girls Bravo 2 , NADiff, Tokyo
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Expect a warm welcome from Pani and his team at newly opened Panorama in Whetstone.
In this bright white light-filled space with an olive tree taking centrestage and murals of Pani’s favourite Greek landmarks adorning the walls, you will feel truly wafted back to your favourite Greek taverna in the sunny Greek islands.
Restaurant Review: Four Degree, One St George Wharf in Vauxhall ...
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Nick Constance probes the facts Located at the foot of London’s tallest residential building, (Vauxhall Tower) the newly-opened Four Degree is a “contemporary Japanese restaurant with a modern European twist”.
Specialising in fresh seafood and delicate cocktails, it’s also home to the UK’s first Macallan Whisky lounge.
He has fashioned a menu merging Japanese and French specialities, such as foie gras teriyaki and grilled Wagyu Sirloin with Ponzu sauce.
Heeju was my referee, for the night, with red and yellow cards at the ready.
In fact, Four Degree is officially my new favourite ‘Asian-inspired’ restaurant in London.
Koyama, London, Golders Green. Book now!
Japanese food in London is excellent, and the repertoire of restaurants that serve up specialities from the Land of the Rising Sun is ever expanding.
The latest up in Child’s Hill is Koyama on Finchley Road, a brisk walk from Golders Green tube, and their take on the cuisine of Japan is rooted in tradition but infused with a modern outlook.
While the dishes may come from the other side of the world, the ingredients are always sourced as locally as possible, ensuring freshness, and their chefs then take this freshness and apply it to a whole range of culinary classics.
There are gyoza dumplings to start, as well as edamame beans and yakitori chicken skewers, and then the mains take in all the sushi and sashimi you could want, alongside other more substantial dishes such as katsu curry, tempura prawns and a huge range of noodle dishes.
If you reserve a table at Koyama, you’re in for a Japanese treat in the south Barnet neighbourhood of Child’s Hill – so book today and pay them a visit.
Yuzu Restaurant, London, West Hampstead. Book now!
In case you weren’t already aware, Yuzu is a Japanese fruit which, for this fine West Hampstead restaurant, represents a whole approach to Japanese cooking: freshness, crispness and simplicity.
Yep, as Japanese restaurants in London go, you won’t find too many as pleasing as Yuzu.
The fare offering here is made up of traditional Japanese cuisine as well as more modern takes, meaning sushi, sashimi, crispy tempura, a wonderful nigiri a la carte as well as, of course, plenty of rice and noodles.
On Fortune Green Road, just off the main Finchley Road, Yuzu Restaurant is a Japanese essential.
Koyama | Restaurants in Child's Hill, London
I once dated a girl who lived near Koyama.
I reckon he’d like this place.
But is it likely to draw the hordes from beyond Finchley?
Its sweet, knowledgeable staff will definitely help with that.
So, sure, Koyama is hardly likely to set the culinary world alight, but I’d be quite happy to have it at the end of my road.