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Public Workshop

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Devised by playwright, director, and actor Hideki Noda, this new movement, Tokyo Caravan, aims to gather together the diverse artistic scenes of Tokyo and the rest of Japan, in order to spread the word about them.
This year, as part of the Leading Project ahead of the Cultural Programme for the TOKYO 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the general public will have the chance to see how the process of producing performances actually works.

If the weather is bad on the day of the event, an announcement of whether or not the event will be held will be posted to the official website (in Japanese).

Workshop Period

Thursday, October 8 – Saturday, October 10 2015

Workshop Showcase details

Saturday, October 10 2015, around 18:00
(will commence after sunset; due to last about an hour)

*Prior application required
*Viewing time may change, depending on the circumstances. We request your understanding in this matter.



How to Apply to Attend the Workshop Showcase

Complete the application form at the official website or call the Tokyo Caravan Public Workshop Office (03-5459-1137; 10:00 – 18:00, closed weekends and public holidays)
*Seating only available during the Showcase.

Application Period

Wednesday, September 16 until Friday, October 2 2015, 18:00

*Seating only available during the Showcase.
*Application period may end earlier if all available places are booked

*Application has been closed due to reaching capacity.


Tokyo Caravan Public Workshop Office
(10:00 – 18:00, closed weekends and public holidays)


Rubber Baseball Field, Komazawa Olympic Park General Sports Ground
*Event will coincide with Tokyo Sports Expo 2015.


Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Cooperated by
Kyoto University of Art and Design