Washoku is a Japanese social practice based on a set of skills, knowledge, and traditions related to the preparation and consumption of food. It is associated with an essential spirit of respect for nature that is closely related to the sustainable use of natural resources. Every Wednesday, Chef Alicia Padilla hosts a limited-space dinner celebrating the spirit of Washoku at Chileno Bay. Following the traditional practices, Chef Alicia uses the freshest ingredients sourced from the Pacific Ocean near Baja, which is one of Japan's most coveted fishing grounds for bluefin tuna and other species. This relationship between Japan and Baja goes back centuries, when Japanese fishermen arrived at the coasts of the peninsula following the natural migration of fish in the Pacific. Chileno Bay's Washoku Dinner honors this centuries-old tradition with modern takes on traditional Japanese-Baja practices.
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