There is an Authentic Japanese Tea House Speakeasy Hidden in Union Square

Chef David Bouhadana, formerly of Sushi Dojo, is a talented chef who has studied the art of sushi from places in the U.S. like Morimoto as well as from famous sushi masters overseas in Japan.

In this video from Shokunin, a new video series from Eater, we follow Chef Bouhadana as he explores Globus Washitsu, an authentic Japanese tea house hidden just off of Union Square, a “Speakeasy Tea House.”

On this episode of Shokunin, sushi chef David Bouhadana visits a traditional Japanese tea house hidden above New York City’s bustling Union Square. Watch as Bouhadana learns about the intricacies of a traditional tea ceremony, and the benefits of cultural exchange.

via Eater

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