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Music Education Program
"Crack Open Treasure Box in the Sea"

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Original Workshop

  • Music ,
  • Workshop

Deep, deep down at the bottom of a musical ocean are three treasure chests—and the keys to the chests are inside you. Get ready to sing and dance those chests open!

This workshop is part of the Music Education Program “Workshop Workshop! Collaborative International Project.”
Participants move their bodies to various types of musical performance, including classical, samba, Portuguese folk songs and beatboxing, with the aim of developing parents’ and children’s communication skills through the experience of enjoying music together.

What is “Workshop Workshop! Collaborative International Project”?
This is an education program presented jointly by Tokyo Bunka Kaikan and Casa da Música, a Portuguese music facility which carries out cutting-edge education dissemination activities in other countries. In this participatory program, people develop their creativity and spirit of cooperation while experiencing the genre-transcending fun of music.

Eligible participants

・10:30 19-35 months old
・12:00 3-4 years old

– Request to Parents and Guardians –
Each workshop is designed for a specific age range. Please refrain from bringing small children other than the workshop participants (such as siblings), as the presence of children of other ages will hinder the progress of the workshop. *Persons accompanying workshop participants must be junior high school age or older.


20 for each workshop


500 yen
*Parents/caregivers are required to purchase the ticket

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Ticket Service
TEL: 03-5685-0650


Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Ticket Service
TEL: 03-5685-0650


Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Rehearsal Room B



Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan / Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Co-organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), Bunkyo Civic Hall (Bunkyo Academy Foundation)
Cooperated by
Ueno Gakuen University, Japan Philharmonic Orchestra
Supported by
Embassy of Portugal in Japan, Taito City Board of Education
Assisted by
Japan Foundation for Regional Art-Activities