Il boom della cucina italiana in Giappone non conosce limiti. Negli ultimi anni i ristoranti italiani sono cresciuti così tanto in termini quantitativi e qualitativi che è oramai possibile gustare i piatti delle venti regioni italiane senza aver bisogno di recarsi nel Bel Paese.
Trent’anni fa, quando l’amore per la cucina italiana esplose, gli ingredienti a disposizione dei ristoratori erano estremamente limitati. Ciò non rappresentava comunque un ostacolo per chi, come Carmine Cozzolino, era determinato ad aver successo come chef: “Quando sono arrivato in Giappone oltre 30 anni fa gli ingredienti a disposizione erano pochi e ho dovuto inventare nuove soluzioni per ricreare le ricette della mia infanzia. È incredibile come il risultato sia stato, a volte, anche migliore dell'originale."
Carmine, oggi imprenditore e chef di successo di tre ristoranti in Giappone racconta la sua esperienza agli ospiti di ICCJ in un seminario che comprenderà anche una parte di degustazione.
19:00 – Saluti e presentazione del seminario
10:05 – La cucina italiana di allora e adesso
19:40 – Presentazione della ricetta e preparazione del piatto
20:10 – Degustazione e saluti finali
Data: giovedì, 10 settembre, 2018
Ora: 19:00-20:30 (le porte aprono alle 18:45)
Dove: Camera di Commercio Italiana in Giappone
Indirizzo: FBR Bldg. 9F, 4-1-27 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo (ph: 03-6809-5802)
Quota di partecipazione: Membri ICCJ 3000 JPY (+VAT 8%)
Altri 4500 JPY (+VAT 8%)
Termine ultimo di Registrazione/Cancellazione: 18 settembre, 2018 (martedì), 17:00
Profilo: Carmine Cozzolino
Nasce nel 1955 in Calabria. A 15 anni si reca a Firenze dove inizia a lavorare nel mondo della ristorazione. Nel 1978 si trasferisce in Giappone per studiare Aikidō. Nel 1982 lavora come chef presso il ristorante “Primo Piatto” ad Aoyama. Dopo varie esperienze, nel 1988 apre il suo “Carmine” ad Ichigaya. Attualmente, oltre alle numerose collaborazioni con riviste e programmi televisivi, gestisce diversi ristoranti a Tokyo e anche una struttura specializzata nei seminari di cucina in Italia.
by ICCJ Team
The boom of Italian cuisine in Japan knows no limits. In the last few years, Italian restaurants have grown so much in quantitative and qualitative terms that it is now possible to taste dishes of the twenty Italian regions without having to travel to Bel Paese.
Thirty years ago, when the love for Italian cuisine exploded, the ingredients available to chefs were extremely limited. However, this was not an obstacle for those who, like Carmine Cozzolino, were determined to succeed as a chef: "When I arrived in Japan over 30 years ago, there were few available ingredients and I had to invent new solutions to recreate the recipes of my childhood. It's amazing how the result was, sometimes, even better than the original."
Carmine, today a successful entrepreneur and chef of several restaurants in Japan, tells his experience to ICCJ’s guests in a seminar that will also include a tasting session.
19:00 - Greetings and presentation of the seminar
19:05 - Italian cuisine at the time and now
19:40 - Presentation of the recipe and preparation of the dish
20:10 - Tasting and final greetings
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Time: 19:00-20:30 (doors open at 18:45)
Where: Italian Chamber of Commerce in Japan
Address: FBR Bldg. 9F, 4-1-27 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo (ph: 03-6809-5802)
Fee: ICCJ Members 3000 JPY (+VAT 8%)
Others 4500 JPY (+VAT 8%)
Registration/Cancellation deadline: Tuesday, September 18th at 18:00
Profile: Carmine Cozzolino
Born in 1955 in Calabria, Carmine moved to Florence at 15 where he started working in the restaurant world. In 1978 he moved to Japan to study Aikidō. In 1982 he worked as a chef at the "Primo Piatto" in Aoyama. After various experiences, in 1988 he opened his "Carmine" in Ichigaya. Currently, in addition to numerous collaborations with magazines and television programs, he runs several restaurants in Tokyo and also a structure specialized in cooking seminars in Italy.
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