Yasuyuki Fukatsu speaks about some kid's products he's designed to simulate cooking using a bit of cardboard, a smartphone, and a whole lot of love.
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Cooking Parties and Workshops
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@ VOL 20
ON MAR 22, 2012
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@ VOL 21
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