Meeting around Madagascar hot pot with Afri Priest

Date and time: Friday, June 9, 19:00 -
Place: art space tetra (2-15 Susaki-cho, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture)
Fee: 1,000 yen + 1drink order

Time Schedule
19:00 Madagascar music video viewing & Madagascar hot pot
19:30 Talk by Afri-Priest
20:15 Closing of Madagascar hot pot
21:00 End


The Afri-Priest comes to the tetra!

Mr. MALEYUKI EVATA, a cultural anthropologist specializing in Madagascar's indigenous beliefs and traditional medicine, is also the head priest of a shrine in Mojiko.

What is Madagascar like? Who are the shamans of Madagascar?
Let's take a peek into the unknownvhk world over a Madagascar hot pot with Afri-Priest.

"A traveling "Afri-Priest" who travels between the "other world" of Africa and Japan.
The only Japanese national traditional healer certified by the State of Madagascar. Doctor of Kyoto University.
After working as a religious journalist and newspaper reporter, a researcher at Kyoto University, and a part-time lecturer at Osaka University, he moved to Mojiko.
Currently serves as a priest at the Wabukari Shrine and as a specially-appointed assistant professor at the Center for African Area Studies, Kyoto University.
His first monograph, "The Dynamic Sacred Land: The Creation and Development of the Douani Faith in the Imerina Region of Madagascar," was published by Shunposha in March of this year.

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