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Sustenance and survival: the story of Yamazushi 

Printed at the top of the menu at Yamazushi are the words: "Ichigo ichie. Treasure every encounter for it may never recur." It is a saying that deeply resonates with George Yamazawa and his wife, Mayumi. From 1986 until 2010, the couple…

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