Days of Japanese Culture in Slaný have been in April 1.—20. 2002

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Restaurant No. 89 in Slaný
Husova 89, 274 01 Slaný, phone 312 526 323
Opens: Tuesdays—Fridays 11—22 o’clock

8th—13th April 2002
Days of Japanese Cuisine

Week of Japanese specialities organized by Chef Michael Martin and his team. Opening hours will be as following: Mondays—Saturdays 11—22 o’clock. Booking on call 312 526 323.

5th April Friday at 17 o’clock / 13th April Saturday at 17 o’clock / 20th April Saturday at 17 o’clock: Japanese tea ritual

The right tea ritual is organized by Section of Tea School Urasenke of Prague and Restaurant No. 89.

We recommend to book the seat with respect to their limited number by the phone 312 526 323 or directly at the Restaurant No. 89

19th April Friday at 19.30 o’clock
Concert in Restaurant No. 89

Vlastimil Matoušek — shakuhachi. Organized in cooperation with Jazz Club Slaný.

A Japanese menu prepared by Chef Michael Martin will be served from 18 o’clock (menu is not a part of concert).

Japanese menu (325 CZK)

  • Sushi with tuna, salmon and sushi made from vegetables with Japanese horseradish and ginger
  • Soup Miso — tradtional Japanese bouillon made of fermentated soya paste with Tofu and spring onion
  • Tempura of vegetables — fried vegetables in crispy batter with sweat and sauer sauce
  • Chicken Teriyaki with Japanese rice — pieces of chicken meat and vegetables with sauce Teriyaki
  • Ice cream made of green tea with a ginger biscuit

Book your seat (including Japanese menu and concert) directly at the Restaurant No. 89 or call phone number 314 526 323.

VLASTISLAV MATOUŠEK (1948, CZ) He studied Composition and post-gradual courses in Musical Theory at the Academy of Performing Arts, the Faculty of Music in Prague where he has been teaching ethnomusicology since 1991, since 1998 he has been teaching also at Institute of Musicology of Charles University in Prague. Six months as a fellow of Japan Foundation he studied shakuhachi playing at Kifu Mitsuhashi and Japanese Traditional Music at Prof. Osamu Yamaguti of University of Letters in Osaka in Japan (1996). In his ethnomusicological research he focuses on extra-european cultures, exotic and folk musical instruments, rhythm and kinetics. He is the author of eccentric compositions, often with the participation of exotic instruments and electronics. As a concert performer he plays shakuhachi honkyoku and presents his compositions for exotic and folk instruments from his own extensive collection. With his band Schola Specialis he plays medieval and traditional Czech folk music on the historical Czech “moldánky” bagpipes, hurdy-gurdy and other folk instruments.

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