EDO PERIOD

The Edo Period is a time in Japan’s history when the country was ruled by the Tokugawa Family, running from 1603 to 1868 before its sovereignty renounced, which also marked the last era of feudal rule in Japan. During that time, 300 cities were established across the country, and Edo(Today’s Tokyo), Osaka and Kyoto were utmost significant amongst them. Especially Edo, not only taking the major role as an economically and culturally blossoming Shogunate location, is also the most advanced city at its time even surpassing Europe’s Great London. During the same period, Osaka was best known as the trading centre of the country, while also widely reputed as “The Kitchen of The World”.

Even until this day, the Edo Period is still widely credited as the aeon that lead to the flourish of traditional Japanese cuisine, leaving behind a long yet lasting legacy that will continue to impact the development of modern Japanese delicacy.

Most importantly, it was this heyday of the history of Japanese food culture that had inspired us and helped shape our corporate ideology, culture and vision.to the flourish of traditional Japanese cuisine, leaving behind a long yet lasting legacy that will continue to impact the development of modern Japanese delicacy.

Most importantly, it was this heyday of the history of Japanese food culture that had inspired us and helped shape our corporate ideology, culture and vision.