Omotenashi is a Japanese word that can be translated as "hospitality".  The sense of omotenashi is very important in Japanese culture, as an approach to take care of the guests.  Omotenashi Cuisine propose the art of Japanese table and easy recipe ideas to welcome your guests home.

Being a member of WASHOKU KAIGI (和食会議), Omotenashi Cuisine is proud of "Washoku"(和食) traditional Japanese cuisine has been added to UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2013.  Yuki Ichikawa, the representative of Omotenashi Cuisine, feels WASHOKU's popularity around the world is rising, and would like to take this opportunity to enhance her activities to protect and appeal the Japanese cuisine culture to the world.  She has a passion to promote Arita porcelain to the world and contributing as a producer, participating MORE THAN PROJECT, which is an initiative of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI).