Come and join us into the Cisterns and experience a magic space of a Japanese dream world with the focus of water and be seduced by Japanese inspired food and literature.
The Japanese architect Sambuichi shows a large installation down in the cisterns with water, daylight and plants that grow in the special, CO2-saturated climate.
At Murakami we start with a novel 'The Year of Spaghetti, which is about a hero who cooks spaghetti. Then we will hear what the people eat and how the food is cooked.
Mette Holm talks about Murakami, Kawakami and Taniquchi who all write about food and food aesthetics. Katrine Klinken takes you to the taste senses and tells about Japanese food that is so beautiful and saturating. She is inspired by Japanese cuisine, where she uses Danish local commodities that is a high quality in season.
Mette Holm, Katrine Klinken and Asger Røjle Christensen (resident in Japan) have together published "The trip goes to Japan", 2017, Politikens Forlag. Mette Holm is a translator and Japanese specialist. Katrine Klinken is a food and travel writer and cook.