“Organizer of Zen Eating.
Graduated from Chuo University, the Faculty of International Policy Studies.
After working at Hoshino Resort Wellness dept and Cookpad, she now hosts Zen Eating providing mindfulness practice through food.
While living in India for two years, she stayed with Indian families and learnt cooking.
Zen Eating is a good way to contribute world peace, because it promotes peace of mind through food. She enjoys exploring philosophy.
■About Zen Eating
Zen Eating is a meal-initiated work of calming the mind, meditative mealtime with Zen elements.
We don’t pay attention to the meals in today’s busy world, but I believe that eating in a relaxed manner can give us a hint on how to enrich our daily lives.
I would be happy if we could share the time to rediscover the joy of living by eating and sharpening our five senses.
In the last three months, Zen Eating online had more than 250 guests from 30 countries.
It has also been adopted as a corporate team building and wellness program.
‘By the end of Zen Eating, my head has become clearer, and my mind has become calmer,’
‘I was so busy every day that I suffered from not being able to take even five minutes to relax, but this session helped me to learn a new way to eat. It’s made my life a lot more enjoyable.
‘I could feel a connection with the earth and have an open mind.