【About Shojin- Ryori】
Shojin- Ryori is traditional Japanese Buddhist monk food. It is said that Shojin- ryori came from China with Buddhism.
Shojin- Ryori is not using meat and fish. This is because the most important thing in Buddhism is not to kill.
Nowadays, hidden fifth taste called “Umami” is becoming popular in the world. And you can taste this “Umami” from Shojin- Ryori.
【About the Event】
・Cooking Shojin- Ryori with Buddhist monk master chef, and eating it inside the Temple.