Down a quiet backstreet in Kyoto exists a very special restaurant called the Kamogawa Diner run by Koishi Kamogawa and her father Nagare. Customers who can find the hidden diner are treated to an extravagant meal, but it's not the main reason for visiting . . . The father-daughter duo have started advertising their services as 'food detectives', capable of recreating a dish from their customers' pasts that may well hold the key to forgotten memories and ongoing happiness. From the widower looking for a specific noodle dish that his wife used to cook to a first love's beef stew, the restaurant of lost recipes provides a link to the past and a way to a more contented future. A bestseller in Japan, The Kamogawa Food Detectives is a celebration of good company and the power of a delicious meal.
Crime and mystery fiction, Fiction and Related items, Narrative theme: Interior life, Fiction: general and literary
Age: From 18 years
Hisashi Kashiwai, Jesse Kirkwood
H: 197mm W: 131mm Spine: 18mm
Weight: 164 grams