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Otawa Festival 2022 Part.2 Time to face traditional Japanese culture

Connecting Japanese-A Japanese-style learning building <Traditional performing arts>

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Last year, we held the "Japanese Musical Instrument" and "Japanese Dance" workshops, which received a large number of applications! !!
This time, we have opened a parent-child pair participation frame where families can experience Japanese culture together.After practicing all 6 times, why don't you play a musical instrument together on the stage and dance Japanese dance!

Japanese musical instrument course
-Learn Japanese traditional musical instruments! ~

The Edo period is said to be an era when cultural arts spread to the common people.
Various lessons are being actively carried out, and among them, Japanese musical instruments were very popular.
"Koto", which was regarded as one of the pleasures of a prestigious family, "Shamisen", which was widely popular among the common people, and "Kotsuzumi", which was used in Noh and Kabuki stages.

After a total of 6 exercises (1 hour and a half), the results will be announced at the Ota Ward Plaza Small Hall on Sunday, December 12th.

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Japanese dance course
-Wearing a yukata (kimono) and dancing-

Japanese dance has a history and history that evolved from Kabuki dance.
It is a colorful and attractive dance that expresses the wind, trees, and birds, and dances men and women of all ages.
This time, you will learn the basics of Japanese dance, from dressing to behavior.

After a total of 6 exercises (1 hour and a half), the results will be announced at the Ota Ward Plaza Small Hall on Sunday, December 12th.

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Grant

(Public interest incorporated foundation) Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture Arts Council Tokyo

Connecting Japanese-Warm and Japanese Learning House <Hana / Tea / Calligraphy>

Information will be released around October.