Tony Bourdain heads to Japan for the gastronomic event that is, "Cook it Raw," which brings together some of the best chefs in the world and throws them into an unfamiliar environment with unknown ...Go to Episode
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Tony Bourdain visited Satoyama for a barbecue lunch with the fellow Cook it Raw chefs. Satoyama is known as a habitat for many varieties of Japanese birds of prey as well as important region for biodiversity.
Hinoya town, Kaga City, Ishikawa, Japan
Tony Bourdain and the Cook it Raw chefs visited Katano Kamoike pond for duck hunting. Katano Kamoike pond is one of the few places in all Japan where the 300-year-old art of net-throwing hunting is still practiced.
Kaga City, Ishikawa, Japan
Tony and a fellow Cook it Raw chef boarded a boat at this port to see yellowtail fishing in action. After the catch, they visited the Nanao fish market.
Maintained for 18 generations, this is the oldest hot spring inn in the Yamashiro hot spring area of the Hokuriku region. Located at the source of the hot spring, it boasts the richest and most abundant waters in Yamashiro.
Yamashiro Onsen Yunogawa, Kaga City, Ishikawa
The finale to Cook it Raw, the gala dinner, took place at the beautiful Amandan Villa.