Water, Wood, & Wild Things Learning Craft and Cultivation in a Japanese Mountain Town (a YCAPS Community Conversation)
Water, Wood, & Wild Things
Learning Craft and Cultivation in a Japanese Mountain Town
YCAPS-ICAS-JUMP Community Conversation (via Zoom) -- 1900-2000 (JST) 14 April 2021
YCAPS will host writer, artist, and food stylist, Hannah Kirshner, to discuss her latest book, Water, Wood & Wild Things, on “learning craft and cultivation in a Japanese mountain town.” Based in Yamanaka, in the Ishikawa prefecture, Hannah shares her adventurous tale off-the-beaten-path into rural Japan’s lesser-known treasures and cultural experiences.
Join us for a candid conversation with the author, and learn from her experiences in writing, cuisine, and venturing off-the-beaten-path in rural Japan.
Hannah Kirshner is a writer, artist, and food stylist whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Vogue, Saveur, Taste, Food52, Roads & Kingdoms, and Atlas Obscura, among others. Trained at the Rhode Island School of Design, Kirshner grew up on a small farm outside Seattle and divides her time between Brooklyn and rural Japan. Follow Kirshner on Twitter and Instagram @sweetsnbitters. For more information, please visit: https://hannahkirshner.com/