“Kotohogi” / “Kotodama” / Support Program for Arts and Culture Live Performance

Date&Time
May 22 (Sat.) 11AM-


“Kotohogi” Felicitation Live Performance

Performing mainly the programs to pray for people’s happiness from ancient times.
“Sanbaso” performed in Gidayu-bushi by Hachioji Kuruma Ningyo,
“Edo-Daikagura” fascinated by the performances like “Shishimai” lion dance and “Kasa-mawashi” umbrella acrobatics,
and “Renjishi” of “Nihonbuyo” Traditional Japanese dance will be performed in lively.


Time
11AM-

‏Performers
Nishikawa Koryu Troupe (Hachioji Kuruma Ningyo) × Takemoto Koshiko + Tsuruzawa Kanya (Gidayu-bushi)
Maruichi Senoh Troupe (“Edo-Daikagura” Japanese traditional juggling and lion dance)
Fujima Shogo + Ichiyama Senyu (“Nihonbuyo” Traditional Japanese dance) × Yoshimura Isojiro (Nagauta shamisen) × Wakajishikai (“Hayashi” Japanese traditional percussion)
Tobaya Riseki (Navigator)


Support Program for Arts and Culture Tokyo Project from Kagurazaka

Introducing the performing artists of “Support Program for Arts and Culture” which is the support project for art and cultural activities by Tokyo metropolitan.

Informing the various traditional performances from Kagurazaka.


Time
12:30PM-

‏Performers
Sato Sachiko + Kuninishiki Kojiro + Sekimura Tomoyuki (“Sumo-jinku” sumo-themed song)
Mitsuⅾa Norio / Japan’s Street Performers, Street Performance Association (“Daidogei” Japanese street performance)
Hayashi Kousai (“Shigin” recitation of a Chinese poem) × Kakinokihara Kou (“Sou” Japanese harp)
Tosha Roei + Chirikara IIIII (“Hayashi” Japanese traditional percussion)
Tobaya Riseki (Navigator)


“Kotodama” Spirit of Words Live Performance

Various Japanese traditional storytelling, the performers of it will gather in Kagurazaka.

Popular storytelling “Koudan” storytelling, “Rokyoku” that has been gaining attention again in recent years, and “Shinnai-bushi” of “Joruri” by the troupe of a living national treasure residing in Kagurazaka.

You can relax and enjoy the world of storytelling.

Time
2:30PM-

‏Performers
Takarai Kinkaku (“Koudan” storytelling)
Tsuruga Isekichi + Tsuruga Iseichiro(“Shinnai-bushi” music)
Azumaya Ichitaro + Azumaya Mitsu (Rokyoku)
Cyril Coppini (Navigator)

Day 1

Day 2

Past festivals

Introduction Video from last year

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