Ichigo Ichie means "one time, one meeting." Stemming from Zen Buddhism and the notion of transience, it's a cultural concept embedded in Japanese tea ceremony, which emphasizes doing one's best and treasuring each moment because every encounter is singular and may never be repeated.
Wabi-Sabi, which represents the Japanese ideal of beauty, values asymmetry, simplicity, modesty and naturalness. The word "wabi" connotes rusticity, freshness and understated elegance, while "sabi" is the beauty that comes with age and use, such as the chip on a tea pot.
Ichigo Ichie and Wabi-Sabi are at the heart of everything Nobuo does at Teeter House. He strives to make every dining experience the best it can be, knowing there is beauty in simplicity and that every moment is unique.< Previous Read More >