Salon 3.11

Sachiko Hara: Hiroshima Salon

Salon 3.11


about 90 min

Since 2009, actor Sachiko Hara has regularly been hosting salons with alternating guests, all of which circle about topics related to her homeland Japan. The aesthetics vary between performance, lecture and anime cosplay show. The initial impulse for the salon was the fact that Sachiko Hara's former place of residence – Hannover – is the sister city of Hiroshima. This provided her with the opportunity to do some very personal research on the connecting lines between Germany and Japan. Hara's salon in Berlin will concern the large-scale nuclear catastrophes in Hiroshima and Nagasaki and their effects, which can still be felt today.
Part of "Japan Syndrome - Art and Politics after Fukushima"


  • Past
    Sun 25.5.2014, 18:00 / HAU1


Stresemannstr. 29, 10963 Berlin

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