Tokyo

Tony is off to Tokyo in search of the relationship between a perfect piece of sushi and a perfect knife blade.

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NipponBudokan

Tony Bourdain visits a Buddokan where he is treated to a demonstration of Kendo, a Japanese fighting art taught by masters.

2-3 Kitanomaru Koen, Chiyoda-ku

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Rokkakudo Temple

Tony Bourdain travels to Rokkakudo Temple to learn the ancient Japanese art of flower arranging, known as ikebana, from master teacher Manabu Noda.

Rokkakudo Temple, Tokyo

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INOTADA, Knife productions

In Sakai, Tony Bourdain visits a knife maker, known for making exquisite knives includng those used by chef Morimoto.

1-3-10 Kitashoumachi, Sakai-city, Osaka prefecture

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