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Before going to Kyoto, I had the fortunate opportunity to visit Nobuko Awaya’s ancient family home on the beautiful Izu Peninsula in Ohito, which she has turned into the Chihan Art Project.

My friends Mika Kimula and Michele Kong were invited as well, so the four of us had a fabulous time, cooking, eating, taking walks, soaking in an onsen and enjoying spectacular views…not to mention living in a 200+ year old home for the weekend.  What a delight!

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