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In Japanese, ‘Kami’ (紙) means ‘Paper’ and ‘Nabe’ (鍋) means ‘Pot’. Simple. If you have been to Musashi Restaurant you’ll find several paper pot dishes in the menu. These kind of dishes are commonly served in a traditional Japanese-style accommodation called ‘ryokan’. They are always elegantly presented, with food and ingredients artistically laid out in a paper pot and cooked on your table. It is truly fascinating to see how the food can be cooked directly under fire without burning…