Food presentation is an art form in Japan. While each plate or tray may look different, know that some basic guidelines are always being followed.
Japanese cuisine as well as food presentation, is very different from the west. Within western presentation you will see plates that are uniform and symmetrical- each plate of chicken looking very similar to one another. This is not the case with Japanese plating.
Each plate is tailored around the contents of the dish. When plating Japanese cuisine, some guidelines always kept in mind are: contrast, the five colors (red, white, green, black and yellow),
the importance of empty space, asymmetry, and the shape of the plates or boxes. Below you will see some examples of Japanese plating.
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