Food stylist Nami Iijima has made a recipe for Sadako Sawamura’s menu.
Sadako Sawamura, who was active as a famous actress in the Showa era, stood in the kitchen no matter how busy her work was, and she continued to cook her own meals. Her “Her Dedication Diary”, where she left only her cooking name briefly for her approximately 26 years, is still popular.
In this book, food stylist Nami Iijima made a recipe for Sadako Sawamura’s menu. Nami Iijima is a food stylist who has colored numerous cooking scenes in movies, dramas, and commercials (super large number such as “Kamome Diner”, “Midnight Shokudo”, and “Gochiso-san”).
Photo: Keigo Saito
* All in Japanese.
Contains 96 recipes for spring, summer, autumn and winter
<Spring> Beef Bata Grilled Broad Bean White Sauce Japanese Suimono (Tororo, Green Laver) ……
<Summer> Shrimp-filled sardines, summer sushi green peas pottage ……
<Autumn> Curry rice Eggplant scissors Flounder Papi yacht (Tsutsumi-yaki) ……
<Winter> Fried Taisho shrimp / Fried sphyraenidae Fish-suki donuts ……
A book that is delicious and useful throughout the year, making the best use of the Showa dining table in the present age!
Not only do we miss the Showa era, but we also incorporate many modern techniques.
- Release Date:
- March, 2020
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Born in Tokyo. She is a food stylist.
She is widely active in advertising and movies, mainly in TV commercials. After participating in the movie “Kamome Diner” in 2005, she began to work on food styling for movies and TV dramas. “Our Little Sister”, “Truth”, “Ora, Ora de Hito Igumo”, “Wonderful World”, drama / movie “Midnight Shokudo”, serial TV novel “Feast”, drama “Quartet”, “Omameda Towako and three ex-husbands” In charge of topical works such as.
Nami Iijima’s books
Born in Asakusa, Tokyo in 1908 (Meiji 41). She is an actress and essayist. Her real name is Sadako Ohashi.
She joined the New Construction Theater Company while she was a student at Japan Women’s University. She joins the avant-garde theater movement and she experiences imprisonment. She joined the Nikkatsu Uzumasa Contemporary Drama Club in 34 years and made her debut as a movie actress. She played an active role in movies, theatrical performances, and television, including works directed by Yasujiro Ozu.
Over 100 movies have appeared in her lifetime. In 1978, the NHK serial TV novel “Ote-chan”, which covered her half-life, was broadcast.
She retired as an actress in 1989. She is also good at writing, and she won the Japan Essayist Club Award for “My Asakusa” in 1977. She has also authored numerous books such as “Kai no Uta,” “My Kitchen,” and “My Dedication Diary.” She died in 1996 (Heisei 8).