What we do


  • Organization : horobite
  • Section : Artistic and creative activity in Tokyo
  • Type of Grant Program : Single
  • Art Forms : Theater


A campsite and a laundromat, and the people at these two places. People who shouldn’t have to be there but can only be there. Eventually, one of them blabs about the circumstances of a certain event.

This meditative play by Horibite takes a look at socially marginalized people.

Kousuke Asai, Yui Saito, Yurako Takano, Miuko Hagiwara, Taichi Fujishiro, Hanako Wada (Seinendan)

Written and directed by: Yohei Hosokawa
Lighting: Yukie Shibata
Sound: Nujonoto
Design: Kanade Nishihiro
Stage direction: Kanade Nishihiro, Kiyotaka Ninomiya
Director’s assistant: Ayato Watanabe
Dramaturg: Chizuru Asano
Props: Horobite
Costumes: Horobite
Clothing material provided by: Gen Suzumasa
Publicity art: Hiroko Sakai (coton design) 
Profile photography: Kentaro Sato
Produced in cooperation with: Kazue Yasui
Production: Satsuki Ohashi
With the cooperation of: ducksoup, clione, maimupro, letre, seinendan, Keiko Morikawa, Tsubasa Kubota, Rie Imanishi, Tomohiro Kaburagi, Natsumi Wakabayashi
With assistance from: Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Organization, planning and production: Horobite


Theater company started by Yohei Hosokawa in 2010. Since 2015, he has continued to write plays for small stage venues which center on the themes of time, memory, and recognition. Hosokawa garnered the 11th Sengawa Theater Contest’s Grand Prix and drama writing award.


BUoY, Adachi City, Tokyo