The Michelin-starred team at n/naka, including Chef Niki Nakayama and Carole Iida Nakayama, has partnered with local artist Glenn Kaino and DJ Liza Richardson  on a unique take home meal box called Home Assembly, presented by the arts non-profit Active Cultures.

Available now through January 15, Home Assembly is a  sensory experience that can be enjoyed at home,  pairing  art objects with recipes and seasonal ingredients while  gathering artists, chefs and a  DJ to blend  a virtual interactive  evening of cooking and culture. Proceeds benefit Los Angeles public arts programming.

Meal Kit 1 is available for purchase now through January 15, and features ingredients and recipes for a three-course meal for two prepared by the n/naka team  with a limited edition candle artwork by Glenn Kaino and a unique program and playlist by Liza Richardson. Priced at $175 , Home Assembly directly supports artists and chefs and all proceeds support ongoing public programming of Active Cultures.

Here’s the menu:

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