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TERATOTERA:Train Stopover Journeys No. 16 @ Kichijoji
Park Rhythms, Park Melodies

Special concert and workshop by Oorutaichi + Utamo / TAPPERS RIOT!

  • Music ,
  • Art Project ,
  • Performance ,
  • Workshop

Inokashira Park, a symbol of the Kichijoji area, is a place for relaxation. Many people come here on the weekend to get away from daily life and unwind. Inside each of these individuals flow numerous rhythms and melodies which at some point overlap, perhaps giving rise to new types of harmony.
In 2013, with the main concept of “commit,” TERATOTERA welcomes two sets of artists to Inokashira Park for a one-day-only live performance event: a tap dance workshop and an acoustic concert that can be enjoyed by people of all ages.
On a late-summer Sunday, in tree-dappled sunlight and evening twilight, the rhythms and melodies reverberating through Inokashira Park will “play” an unforgettable moment–a singular music–in your heart.


14:00 – 16:00
A tap dance workshop by TAPPERS RIOT. Beginners with no tap dancing experience are welcome.

Enrollment capacity: 40 persons
※Advance reservation required; reservations will close when enrollment capacity is reached.

How to reserve: Send an e-mail to with the subject line “TERATOTERA Kichijoji.” In the e-mail, write the number of participants, your name, and your e-mail address.

*Your personal information will be handled with strict security, and used only to send you information from the organizer about this event.


17:00 – 18:00

An acoustic concert by Oorutaichi + Utamo.
Reservations are not required. Just come to the venue!

※In case of bad weather, the decision to hold the event or not will be posted on the official website ( and Twitter ( by 11:00 on the concert day (Sep 8).

Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Tokyo Culture Creation Project Office (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Ongoing (General Incorporated Association)


Inokashira Park 1-18-31 Gotenyama, Musashino-shi, Tokyo (Inside the park, in the woods between the West Garden and Gotenyama)