Gemima Cody, Timeout 16 Dec 2013
"Get some regionally matched sake and Japanese steel at the Chef’s Armoury."
"If you’ve never been to the Richmond store (or at least perved and its goods online), drop what you're doing and go right now. Every item from the dully glinting blades protruding from handles of carved mahogany to jars of real wasabi –stuff that could maim at 50 paces – and beautiful books dedicated to Japan’s preeminent sushi master, Jiro Ono, reflects the Japanese reverence for minimalist perfection. Which, as of recently, includes a tsunami of the best sakes, beers and aged mirins you’ll find in this country."
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