We want to get together with everyone around a bowl of hot soup and try to see the mirages in its steam.
Food builds the human body; the body encounters the world in daily life and dwellings; building multiple dwellings creates a community. Let’s call the ultimate outcome of this “Tokyo,” for example.
The human body, daily life, homes, communities…they all start sometime and they all eventually end.
If soup was all we had left, the mirage-like community seen in the steam rising up from it would be Tokyo.
Rest In Peace, Tokyo. Tokyo is missed and loved.
Personal reusable chopsticks, a bowl
30 (First-come-first-served basis. Advance reservation required)
– Those who want to mourn for someone / something
– Those who don’t have someone / something to mourn for
Please send an e-mail including your name, contact information and the number of participants to the following address.
Please inform us at the time of registration of any food allergies you might have.
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Tokyo, Soup, Blanket and Travelogue office
Saturday, October 14 2017, 11:00-14:00
Meeting point: Ekoda Funeral Hall, Building No.2 2F (Daihido Hall)
Ekoda Funeral Hall (1-61-1 Kotakecho, Nerima-ku, Tokyo)
3-minute walk from Seibu Ikebukuro Line Ekoda Station north exit