Shunsho-no-Hibiki: A Spring Evening Concert of Traditional Japanese Music
Dates are yet to be confirmed
The Shunsho-no-Hibiki Concert was started in 1995 in order to commemorate the completion of the Iketsukihashi Bridge, a triple-arched bridge built on the west bank of Senzokuike Pond, and featured a performance from the great fue master Sanzaemon Takara, a Living National Treasure. Musicians playing flutes, shakuhachi, accompanying percussion as well as piano are positioned on the illuminated bridge and platforms floating in the water, creating a dream-like atmosphere.
Venue: Around Iketsukihashi Bridge on the west bank of Senzokuike Pond There will be 300 seats and a standing area available.
In the case of rain, there will be changes as follows:
- Venue: Omori Dairoku Junior High School Gymnasium
- Time: Doors open at 18:30. The performance starts at 19:00
- Admission: The first 400 arrivals. Please bring indoor shoes. Organized by: The Senzokuike Shunsho-no- Hibiki Executive Committee and Ota City.
|Dates||Mid-May: Dates are yet to be confirmed|
An 8-minute walk from Senzokuike Station on the Tokyu Ikegami Line, or from Senzokuike Bus Stop via the Tokyu bus.