What we do


This project features a range of ongoing art programs that link up the numerous art spots located in the Suginami, Musashino, and Tama districts between Koenji and Kokubunji stations on JR’s Chuo Line, an area that has traditionally been home to many artists and authors and whose popularity continues unabated, now among the younger generation. Devoting its energies to human resource development focused on nurturing volunteers nicknamed “Terakko” by involving them in the planning and running of the program, this initiative cultivates people who can work in partnership with artists to produce art projects.


JR Line area between Koenji and Kokubunji stations


Organized by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), Ongoing (General Incorporated Association)

Events Information



  • TERATOTERA祭り2018(ショートバージョン) / TERATOTERA Festival 2018 (Short version)

  • TERATOTERA祭り2018(ロングバージョン) / TERATOTERA Festival 2018 (Long version)


Other Fiscal Years