For the past 20 years Indonesian Student Association in Kyoto-Shiga, or widely known as PPI Kyoto-Shiga, has been very active introducing as well as fostering Indonesian culture in Kyoto, the heart of Japanese traditional culture. Considering that we have received high enthusiasm of the fully packaged Indonesian cultural performance held once every two years, the famous Malam Indonesia, we are now kick-starting a new form of cultural exchange with Kyoto.
Indonesia is a home for numerous different ethnic groups, cultures, languages, and religions. Composed of approximately 6000 populated islands with different geographical settings and more than 300 indigenous groups, many local and regional cuisines exist up to around 5000 traditional recipes. The combination of natural and cultural diversity in Indonesia has resulted in one of the most pleasant-tasting and rich in flavor cuisines in the world.
We believe food is one vital element that shaped a culture and ethnicity. Therefore, we present a day to share our kinship with Kyoto and its people through (we promise) an overwhelming culinary experience; Indonesia Culinary Day. Not only variety of cuisines that thirteen bazaar tenants have to offer, we also prepare diverse performance from cooking shows and workshops to Indonesian dance and music performance. On this day we promise you can enjoy tasting Satay while watching the vibrant Saman Dance performance or eating the prominent Nasi Goreng and witnessing the making of it all at once. So be there on 24th of September 2016, at Kyoto International Community House, and let’s taste the diversity of Indonesia with us!
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Dental Clinic Iwahashi Nobuhiro