Hirosaki University Tsugaru Shamisen Club "Tokyo Omotesando Performance 2023"
Students who encountered the shamisen in Tsugaru will give a performance of passion full of youth, to the people of Tokyo.
The Hirosaki University Tsugaru Shamisen Circle was formed in 2005. Currently, it is one of the largest university Tsugaru shamisen groups in the Japan with about 60 members.
Special Guests: Miho & Diego
The duo consists of Seattle, USA-based instrumentalist Miho (lecturer at Pacific Lutheran University) and quena/sampoña player Diego (winner of the Columbia Folklore Award). Five-time winner of the King County Washington State Arts Award.
Advance reservation system: Reservations can be made from the circle website https://www.hu-shamibu.com Scheduled music: Tsugaru Jyon kara section, Tsugaru jinku phrase, renso, matsuri tone, etc.
|Hours||Lunch Session Open 14:30 Start 15:00|
Night Session Open 17:30 Start 18:00
* Capacity: 200 people
|Transportation||3-minute walk from Omotesando Subway Station Exit A4|