Thursday, February 27, 2014

nowhere to hide


each grain of rice intact, each piece of meat lightly cooked, the gently beaten egg barely set—oyakodon such as this is simple, yet nearly impossible to find.
Understanding evolves through three phases: simplistic, complex, and profoundly simple.
william schutz, profound simplicity.
[with thanks to dw, reliable guide to the otherwise unheralded gems of tokyo.]

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