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A minimalist Japanese aesthetic also allows for rusticity at Sakesan. The Wiki entry for the Japanese word “Shibui” includes “a particular aesthetic of simple, subtle, and unobtrusive beauty … enriched, subdued appearance … subtle details, such as textures … one does not tire of a shibui object but constantly finds new meanings and enriched beauty that cause its aesthetic value to grow over the years.” Photo courtesy Alan Tse

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