Long ago during bitter Japanese winters, monks kept cold and hunger at bay by binding warm stones over their bellies, a practice called kaiseki. These days, kaiseki refers to a set of artfully presented seasonal dishes, regarded by many as the pinnacle achievement of Japanese cuisine.
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