The Nagasaki Style

長崎という場所は遠い昔から西洋と東洋が同時に存在し、許容し合おうとするユニークな街です。 畳の部屋にペルシャ絨毯を敷き洋物のテーブルと椅子を置いて楽しむ。 それはメルティングポット(融合)というよりは、多様性をそのまま認めて共存し合おうとするプルーラリズム(多元的共存)環境だったとも言えます。 長崎のお料理を時折、和華蘭(わからん)と表現するように、日本と中国、それに西洋の文化が互いを尊重しつつ楽しむ、まさにチャンポン文化なのです。 エミール・ガレが高島北海との出会いでアールヌーボーを生んだように、私自身も長崎の商家に生まれ、そんな文化と人間の交差点の中で、私なりのナガサキ・スタイルを紹介できればと思っています。

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Nagasaki is a unique city where the West and the East exist at the same time and try to tolerate each other since long ago. A Persian rug in a tatami room with a Western table and chairs. Rather than a melting pot, it was an environment of pluralistic coexistence, where diversity was accepted as it was and people tried to live together. Nagasaki’s cuisine is sometimes described as “Wa-Ka-Ran dishes,” and it is a culture of pluralistic coexistence, where Japanese, Chinese, and Western cultures respect and enjoy each other. Just as Emile Gallé’s encounter with Hokkai Takashima gave birth to Art Nouveau, I myself was born into a merchant family in Nagasaki, and I hope to introduce my own Nagasaki style at the crossroads of these cultures and people. Thank you.

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