Here you will find links across the web to other macrobiotic website and organizations.
The George Ohsawa Macrobiotic Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit, public service organization chartered in 1971 to educate the general public about macrobiotics, a natural way of living leading to health and happiness, and to make current thinking on macrobiotics available to all who desire to learn about it. www.ohsawamacrobiotics.com
East West Center for Macrobiotics is working on publishing all out of print macrobiotic books and on establishing an online macrobiotic school. www.eastwestmacrobiotics.com
The Alchemycal Pages – Contains excellent articles and resources by the macrobiotic Counselor Kaare Bursell. www.alchemycalpages.com
Kushi Institute, the center of Kushi-style macrobiotics in North America. www.kushiinstitute.org
A wonderful web site! This macrobiotic center offers classes, consultations, meals to go, and Shiatsu-Accupressure Massage. Bob Carr is the center director. East West Center of Cleveland
Macrobiotics of New England – Find out about macrobiotics in the northeastern US. www.macrobioticsnewengland.com
Macrobiotics Canada – Brings you up to date on the changing macro scene. www.macrobioticscanada.ca
Macrobiotics UK – An excellent resource guide to help locate macro resources in the UK. www.macrobiotics.co.uk
Portuguese Macrobiotic Institute – They offer cooking classes, Shiatsu Massage, Lunches, and a free library. Portuguese language only. www.e-macrobiotica.com
Mitoku Macrobiotic Foods – The gold standard for high quality macrobiotic foods. Their web site offers recipes for many of their products. www.mitoku.com
Jessica Porter – the author of The Hip Chick's Guide to Macrobiotics. Learn about the Hip Chick products, services, and upcoming events. Free macrobiotic cooking class available for download. www.hipchicksmacrobiotics.com
Macrobiotics Today magazine is in its 51st year of continuous publication. George Ohsawa and Herman Aihara founded the original publication in 1960 in New York City. In 1961, Herman Aihara moved to California and helped establish the Ohsawa Foundation, which published Macrobiotics Today as a monthly magazine through most of the 1960s. Since 1971, the George Ohsawa Macrobiotic Foundation has published Macrobiotics Today
Currently, Macrobiotics Today is published on a bimonthly basis with a cover price of $5.50 per copy for a current mailed copy and $4.00 for current PDF download. Note that issues over 1-year old are $3.00 each for either a mailed or PDF copy.
Mugimiso.com has traditional Japanese food products including barley, red and wite miso along with bowls, and barley tea and more.
Zenweed.com has traditional Japanese seaweed.
Food co-ops throughout the U.S. (good place to get your brown rice, grains, vegetables)
Tempeh: Case 15 x 8 oz (227 gr) - $28.25
George Ohsawa books, or search at amazon or even ebay.
Michio Kushi Documentary Feature Film Project
More like this available at You Tube. Search for George Ohsawa or Macrobiotics.