March 1, 2019
Eater: Tokyo Neapolitan: The New Wave of Japanese Pizza
Inoue believes that because a pizza is not perfectly symmetrical in terms of ingredient distribution, each slice is inevitably a little different; there's no way to cut a pizza in a way that perfectly captures its entire essence in a single slice. His ideal is for one person to eat an entire pie on their own, ensuring they experience the full spectrum of flavors. Reluctantly, Inoue will cut his pies, but only for customers he thinks will have a hard time cutting it themselves. "There're a lot of old folks in Kamakura," he explained.
This article is must-read for anyone who's interested in the Japanese pizza scene (it's been a fascination of mine recently).