Nihon no NAMI 2018


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Polish-Japanese Friendship Foundation NAMI
in cooperation with
Culture Zone Wroclaw
are pleased to invite for:
– the 3rd Japanese Culture Festival in Wroclaw NIHON NO NAMI 2019 (日本の波 literally: Japanese Wave).

Meny events (performances, workshops, exhibitions) are combined in:
– short time: September 6-8th 2019
and
– one place: IMPART, 17th Mazowiecka str. .

This year's festival makes part of the celebration of
the 100th Anniversary of the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations between Poland and Japan.

> 1st Japanese Culture Festival Nihon no Nami 2017
> 2nd Japanese Culture Festival Nihon no Nami 2018

ON THIS WEBSITE:
> Shortened program of the 3rd Festiwalu Kultury Japońskiej Nihon no Nami 2019
> Workshops
> Tickets
> Invited guests
> Tickets
> Contact
> Support and patronages

1st Japanese Culture Festival Nihon no Nami 2017
> Go to the 2017 site


2nd Japanese Culture Festival Nihon no Nami 2018
> Go to the 2018 site



SHORTENED PROGRAM OF THE NIHON NO NAMI 2019
FRIDAY-SATURDAY:
Concerto:
– Nozomi Kanda – flute
– Ritsuko Takeyama – koto

Tea ceremony demonstration:
– Atsuko Isoyama
– Yoko Sugai
– Naoko Matsumoto

Japanese martial arts demonstration:
– Kendo Ryushinkai
– Iaido Renshinkan

SATURDAY EVENING:
Main performance "Nihon no Nami" created by Jiutamau Promotion Foundation with special appearance of the master of Hansaki-ryu, Tokijyo Hanasaki.

We will see on the stage the team of the best Japanese stage art and music masters:
– Tokijyo Hanasaki – dance, choreography
– Shogo Hiyoshi – koto
– Toshimitsu Ishikawa – shakuhachi
– Yuji Kikuo – shamisen
– Mutsutoshi Kanda – makeup
– Yuri Hatanaka – wigs
– Shoichi Sanagashi – costumes
– Hana Umeda – dance

SUNDAY MORNING:
Japanese morning for children:
– Japanese costumes
– Origami
– Japanese dolls
– Easy Japanese strategic and logical games for children
– Japanese songs and dances
– Basics of the Japanese martial arts
– Painting of Japanese characters

More information soon

WORKSHOPS
Workshop planned:
– Japanese dance (Tokijyo Hanasaki, Hana Umeda)
– Japanese music (Toshimitsu Ishikawa, Yuji Kikuo, Shogo Hiyoshi)
– Japanese costumes and makeup (Mutsutoshi Kanda, Shoichi Sanagashi)
– Ikebana (Takako Kitagawa)
– Calligraphy (Sayuri Goto)
– Tea ceremony (Atsuko Isoyama, Yoko Sugai, Naoko Matsumoto)
– Japanese food (...)

More details soon

EXHIBITIONS
3 exhibitions will be arranged:
– Japanese calligraphy (Tanso Moriyama and Sayuri Goto)
– Ikebana (Takako Kitagawa – Ikenobou School)
– Bonsai (Polish Bonsai Association)

INVITED GUESTS

Jiutamai Promotion Foundation (団法人地唄舞普及協会):
– Tokijyo Hanasaki (花崎杜季女) – dance, choreography
– Toshimitsu Ishikawa (石川利光) – shakuhachi
– Shogo Hiyoshi (日吉章吾) – koto
– Yuji Kikuo (菊央雄司) – shamisen
– Mutsutoshi Kanda (神田光修) – stage make-up
– Yuri Hatanaka (畑中百合恵) – wigs
– Shoichi Sanagashi (三貫納昭一) – costumes
– Hana Umeda (梅田波那) – dance

Musicians:
– Nozomi Kanda (神田望美) – flute (http://www.kandanozomimusic.com/)
– Ritsuko Takeyama (竹山 りつこ) – koto (http://kotoberlin.com/ritsuko-takeyama/)

Chado Urasenke Teeweg-Verein Berlin e.V. (茶道裏千家淡交会ベルリン協会):
– Atsuko Isoyama (磯山亜都子)
– Yoko Sugai (菅井暢子)
– Naoko Matsumoto (松本奈央子)

hana-ikebana-ikenobou
– Takako Kitagawa (北川パ 貴子)

Calligraphy:
– Sayuri Goto (後藤 さゆり) – her art is guided by Tanso Moriyama from Kumamoto

TICKETS
Will be available from June 2019

CONTACT US:

Fundacja Przyjaźni Polsko-Japońskiej NAMI (Polish-Japanese Friendship Foundation NAMI)
ul. Legnicka 65, 54-206 Wrocław

Organizer, Volunteers:
– Grażyna Pogorzelska: grazyna.pogorzelska@fundacja-nami.pl, mobile (+48) 784 694 592

Program, Media:
– Maciej Pogorzelski: maciej.pogorzelski@fundacja-nami.pl, mobile (+48) 502 796 050

Stands, Shops:
– Julian Górski: julian.gorski@fundacja-nami.pl, mobile (+48) 663 571 823

SUPPORT AND PATRONAGES

HONORRARY PATRONAGE:
Embassy of Japan in Poland

SPONSORED AND SUPPORTED BY:
The City of Wrocław:
Wydział Kultury – Departament Spraw Społecznych

Wrocławskie Centrum Rozwoju Społecznego
Strefa Kultury Wrocław

EU・ジャパンフェスト日本委員会 EU-Japan Fest Japan Committee

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