[Children's Dream Fund] Children's Koto Experience Project

(Application period: March to the end of July, 2022 for the first semester / August to the end of November, 2022 for the second semester.

(5 times during the first semester from July to August 2022 / 11 times during the second semester from November to April 2022)


We provide an opportunity for children today, who have few opportunities to come into contact with traditional Japanese music and instruments in their daily lives, to hear, see, and touch the koto, to learn about its history and tone, and to play it. At the recital, they can experience a full-fledged stage performance surrounded by professionals. In addition to the joy of being able to play a piece on a Japanese musical instrument, this project allows children to naturally learn about the importance of traditional Japanese culture and how to behave.


■Overview.

This workshop will be held between April 2022 and March 2023.

Please check the details below and apply by e-mail.

Target] Preschoolers, elementary school students, junior high school students, and high school students aged 3 years and older.


[Application Period]

First Semester: March to the end of July, 2022 / Second Semester: August to the end of November, 2022

*Participation may be interrupted depending on the time of application.


[Date and time]

First semester: July 3, July 17, July 31, August 14, and August 21, 2022 (5 sessions)

Second semester: November 6, November 20, December 4, December 18, January 8, January 22, February 5, February 19, March 5, March 19, April 2, 2022 (11 sessions)

*Participation in both the first and second semesters is possible.

*Scheduled dates are subject to change depending on the venue.


[Participation fee] Free of charge

All necessary instruments and other equipment will be lent free of charge.

[Location]

Subject to change due to venue availability.

  • Hamamatsucho, Minato-ku (Shinmei Iki Iki Plaza) JR Hamamatsucho Station

  • Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku (Arisu Iki Iki Plaza) Hiroo Subway Station

  • Minamiaoyama, Minato-ku (Seinan Iki Iki Plaza) Omotesando and Gaienmae subway stations

  • Minato-ku Shibaura Konan area (Konan Iki-iki Plaza) JR Shinagawa station

  • Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo (Kinro Fukushi Kaikan) JR Komagome station

  • Monzennakacho, Koto-ku (Furuishiba Cultural Center) Monzennakacho Subway Station

  • Koto-ku, Toyosu area (Toyosu Cultural Center) Subway Toyosu station

  • Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo (Gotanda Culture Center) JR Gotanda station

  • Meguro ward, Meguro ward (Meguro Tadou Residential Center, Mita Branch) JR Meguro station

  • Ota-ku (Haginaka Culture Center) Keikyu Anamoriinari station ←☆The first semester is full.

  • Setagaya Ward (Sakura-shinmachi Kumin Gathering Center) Sakura-shinmachi Station on the Denentoshi Line

  • Ebisu, Shibuya-ku (Hasedo Social Education Center) JR Ebisu Station

  • Shibuya Ward Sendagaya Area (Sendagaya Social Education Center) JR Sendagaya Station

  • Suginami-ku area (Ogikubo Community Center) JR Ogikubo station

  • Kita Ward (Tabata Fureai Kan), JR Tabata and Komagome Stations

  • Machida City (Machida Shimin Forum, Minami Shimin Center) JR Machida station

  • Yokohama City (Kuraki Nohbutai) JR Isogo station

  • Sagamihara City Minami-ku (Kamitsuruma Community Center) Sagami-Ono Station, Odakyu Line

  • Midori-ku, Sagamihara City (Fujino Central Community Center) JR Fujino station

  • Misato City (Misato City Cultural Hall) JR Misato Station

[How to apply]

Please apply from this application sheet (←click here) or please send or the following 5 items by e-mail.

[ Email to: General Incorporated Association for Japanese Traditional Culture mionokai@ikutaryu.jp ]


(1)Desired district of participation *Please select from the above [Location].

(2)Preferred instrument (Koto or Shamisen)

(3)Your name

(4)Age

(5)Address

(6)Phone number


We will contact you with further details.

If you do not receive a reply within one week after sending the e-mail, please contact us again.

Please read the following terms and conditions carefully.

We ask for your understanding and cooperation in the following. Please understand and cooperate with the following.

We are planning to limit the number of participants in order to prevent new coronavirus infection.

Please wear a mask, disinfect your hands, and take other infection control measures as instructed by the lecturer.

The number, schedule, venue, etc. may be changed according to the spread of infection, changes in social conditions, requests from the government or equivalent organizations, etc.

The number of sessions, schedule, venue, etc., may be changed or the event may be cancelled in response to the spread of infection, changes in social conditions, or requests from the government or equivalent organizations.

If you do not cooperate with the above, we reserve the right to refuse your participation even after the course has started.


Sponsored by The Association of Japanese Traditional Culture