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Godai, meaning the five mythical elements, is the heart of Japanese culture: Earth, Water, Wind and Void. The raw sweetness of life. The vibrant joy, energy, and desires. The enlightenment.What makes a Godai different from a Gogyo?
The Japanese Buddhist gogyo and godai are distinguishable from each other by the fact that the functional elements of wood or metal within gogyo are replaced by the formative elements of void or the wind (air) in godai depending on the variant version.What are the five elements of the Godai?
The conceptual framework known as the godai, or, the 'Five Elements', is common to many Japanese therapeutic modalities, and spiritual systems. These Five Elements: Void/Sky/Ether/Power, Wind/Air, Fire, Water, Earth, are named respectively: Ku, Fu, Ka, Sui, & Chi (this latter is not the same as the Chinese Ch'i : energy).Who is the owner of Godai sushi bar?
From Japanese classics to sushi creations that showcase over 20 different types of seafood, there is always something new to try at Godai Sushi Bar & Japanese Restaurant. All dishes and masterfully sliced sashimi come to you via owner/chef Goro. The chef would be happy to offer suggestions or create something for you!