日時：１１月２６日１４時～１６時半 開催場所：マリカフェ in アムステルダム 参加費：１４０ユーロ（材料、常滑の甕すべて込み）
***************************************************************** (English) For all who value the Japanese tradition and artistry, read further on.
We are hosting a special workshop in collaboration with Yamagen Toen (TOKONAME http://tokoname.com/) and Takumi Craftworks (http://www.takumicraftworks.nl/) on 25th of November.
To be short: we will make Miso in a special Tokoname crock that officially travel to Netherlands for the first time. We are inviting Yuji Koie, a ceramic potter and a head of Yamagen Toen from Japan to show case this reborn Tokoname crock. Tokoname ware is one of Six Ancient Kilns in Japan, produced in and around Tokoname, Aichi prefecture. At Yamagen Toen, together with staff Yuji produces modern table ware from the local material that has been used for Tokoname pottery, applying the traditional methods. Only the design was updated in order to make the crock better fit the lifestyle today. His aim is to rejuvenate this local ceramic culture by bringing the old to contemporary, and this crock is one of his scope next to the other tea cups and pots in his TOKONAME project.
In this workshop, you will be guided through Japanese traditional ferments such as Miso, Tsukemono pickles and many more that has been the essential part of rustic life in Japan for generation. At the beginning of this year, I made my Miso in this crock and it turned just so fantastic. In fact many other pickles can be made in this, which you will learn in the lesson this time.
On 26th of November, you will be guided through everything you need to know about Miso by Japanese fermentation master Marika, and get to know the quality of Tokoname crock from Takumi Craftworks and Yamagen Toen.
What you expect at least: - Making Miso in this exclusive TOKONAME crock - 3 liter of Miso from organic soybeans and fresh Nama Koji that Malicafe prepares - Special Japanese Washi paper to cover your Miso. The paper is made of the root of Tororo Aoi (Abelmoschus manihot), Kōzo plant (Broussonetia papyrifera, paper mulberry tree) and clear water. It's made without perservetatives by 紙漉思考室 Kamisuki Shikoshitsu (http://shikoushitsu.jp/).
As the prep of ingredients are a lot, the maximum number of attendee is limited (Max 5). Please send your email to Malicafe.firstname.lastname@example.org if you don’t want to miss this chance.
Date: November 26 14:00-16:30 Venu: Malicafe Organic Vegan Food Fee: 140E inclusive all ingredients and Tokoname crock
<Collaborators> Yamagen Toen “Yamagen Toen” is a one of the “Tokoname-yaki“ kiln. They produce fabulous tableware including the beautiful new tea ware brand TOKONAME. Their classic kyusu tea pot series has a universal beauty and practical efficient design. If you are interested in their products, please contact me.
Takumi Craftworks We select and import real authentic Japanse craftmanship products. Products that are handcrafted in Japan and are the result of many years of experience and artistic inspiration of Japanese artisans. Resulting in beautiful and practical products suitable for day to day use.