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Makoto Nomura Senju Pun-Filled Music Festival: "1010 People in Senju" Pre-event vol.01

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Anant is coming to Senju!

At the 2014 “1010 People in Senju” festival, a participatory concert featuring 1010 citizen performers and artists, Thai musician/composer Anant Narkkong lit up the stage with his experimental percussion group Korphai. Now we’ve invited him back for a talk with Makoto Nomura to look back on the 2014 event while looking ahead to the “1010 People in Senju” event in 2020. This kick-off event is also slated to include an improvised mini-performance with the Pun Music Festival Study Group, formed by members of the public with Makoto Nomura. We encourage everyone to come along.

Please click here for information on “1010 People in Senju”


16:15 Doors open
16:30 Mini-performance (at the venue entrance)
17:00 Looking back at “1010 People in Senju” with Anant (in Studio A)
18:30 End




30 (first- come-first-served basis, priority to reservations)

How to reserve

Send an e-mail to with the subject line “1010 People in Senju Pre-event vol.01” and include your name, contact details (telephone and e-mail address) and the number of participants.

You can also apply online using the contact form. Please indicate the program you wish to attend in the Remarks column.

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Art Access Adachi: Downtown Senju-Connecting through Sound Art Office
Contact Form: Please contact via the contact form on the official website.
Tel: 03-6806-1740 (13:00 – 18:00 except Tuesday and Thursday)


Tokyo University of the Arts, Senju Campus (1-25-1 Senju, Adachi-ku, Tokyo)
5-minute walk from Kitasenju Station (JR Joban Line, Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line / Hibiya Line, Tobu Skytree Line, Tsukuba Express)
*No parking available. Please use public transportation.


Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), Tokyo University of the Arts Faculty of Music, OTOMACHI PROJECT(NPO), Adachi City