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1 DAY Experience in Tachikawa

  • Japanese Traditional Art ,
  • Kids / Youth ,
  • Workshop

This summer, embrace the traditions of Japan!

This event will give more people a chance to physically experience Japan’s diverse performing arts!
In just one day, you’ll encounter and try a variety of things and activities. Watch, listen, experience, and enjoy the Japanese summer!


Workshop Reservation required
Which of the three performing arts do you want to try? Choose one and go for it!
1.Nihon Buyo (30 participants)
2.Koto (40 participants)
3.Shamisen (40 participants)
Participants: Students from 1st year of elementary school through 3rd year of high school
Time: 13:30-14:00

Free Time! No reservation required
Move freely through the venue space, discover various musical instruments, and watch professionals’ performances up close. You’ll also have a chance to experience the performing arts that you didn’t select for the “workshop.”
Ttime: 14:00-15:00

Let’s see and listen! No reservation required
Of course, the pros are amazing! Experience their performances in an authentic way in the venue hall. And don’t miss the presentation by children who attended the Short Term Lesson!


All programs are free


Tamashin RISURU Hall (Tachikawa Civic Hall)

How to apply

How to apply
Send an E-mail with the subject line “1 DAY Experience in Tachikawa” or “立川版1-DAYいろいろ体験申込” including the following information.
 1.Name of the participants *up to 3 person
 3.School year
 4.Gurdian’s name
 5.Telephone number
 7.Preferred method of contact (FAX, mobile phone, e-mail)
 8.A workshop you wish to participate: Nihon Buyo, Koto, Shamisen

Please apply using the application form on the flyer.
Application deadline
Wednesday, June 24 2015


Traditional Performing Arts for Kids Office in Japan Council of Performers’ Organizations (Geidankyo)
TEL: 03-5909-3060 (weekdays 10:00 – 18:00)



Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), Japan Council of Performers Rights & Performing Arts Organizations (Geidankyo)
Planned and Operated by
Japan Council of Performers Rights & Performing Arts Organizations (Geidankyo)
Cooperated by
The Nohgaku Performers' Association, The Japanese Classical Dance Association, Nihon Sankyoku Association, Nagauta Association
Supported by
Tachikawa City Board of Education