Niki Nakayama, “memory keepers,” and Mori Onodera’s return

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Niki Nakayama is one of the few elite American practitioners of kaiseki, considered the apex of Japanese cuisine. Photo credit: Zen Sekizawa

Against big odds, Niki Nakayama is one of the few elite American practitioners of kaiseki, considered the apex of Japanese cuisine. Plus: the stories of women who are keeping alive family memories of the Japanese-American internment camps. Also, a visit with a women-owned seaweed farm in the Bay Area.