Wellington Reader Lunch with NZ Life & Leisure and Walk Japan

Celebrate one of the world’s most sophisticated cultures and enjoy the best of its food and wine with NZ Life & Leisure editor Kate Coughlan and travel expert Paul Christie, CEO of Walk Japan.

Walk Japan Lunch Details

Date: 12pm to 3pm Wednesday 3 July, 2019

Venue: Hot Sauce. QT Wellington, 90 Cable Street, Wellington.

What: A lunch inspired by traditional Japanese flavours created by masters of contemporary Asian cuisine.

Why: NZ Life & Leisure knows many of its readers are fascinated by Japan and are intending to travel there in the near future

How: Join Kate and NZ Life & Leisure to hear Paul Christie talk about the Japan of his heart and how he takes visitors to its spiritual core. Paul’s company has created a unique, engaging experience for visitors to a country noted for its layered history, connection with nature and belief in the future. He has long-held contacts in the country set to host one of the world’s largest sporting events (the Rugby World Cup) in 2019

TICKETS $65 per person (full banquet-style shared lunch with drinks)
Tickets strictly limited. 


*Please notify Niki Joyce by email at niki@lifestylemagazinegroup.co.nz if you have any special dietary requirements before June 24.

Hot Sauce.


Discover the peace and beauty of rural Japan, enjoy a delicious sensory experience and meet a pioneer of Japan’s travel industry. Paul Christie, of leading Japanese tour operator Walk Japan, will inspire wanderlust in travelers wishing to draw on his wealth of knowledge and first-hand experience.

Paul’s company has been introducing visitors to the cultural heart of this intriguing society for over 25 years.
NZ Life & Leisure is proud to be hosting Paul at this special readers’ luncheon. Enjoy the best of modern Japanese cuisine in the vibrant surroundings of Hot Sauce and learn from British-born and educated Paul about his journey.

Paul Christie CEO of Walk Japan with Kate Coughlan, Editor of NZ Life & Leisure.

Paul believes his business is as much about connecting international guests with a society he has long made his home as it is about reinvigorating rural communities. He knows his customers value unique experiences and have a desire to thoroughly engage with Japanese culture and people.


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