This is a program for people with and without disabilities, from children to adults, to experience the extraordinary space of the theater. In this program, children and adults with and without disabilities can experience the extraordinary space of the theater. They can also learn the rules and manners of the theater, such as why the seats are darkened and why there is loud noise.
Support: sign language interpretation, subtitles, Braille program, special viewing rooms, simple toilets for assistance dogs, brighter venue, lower volume, etc.
This website contains excerpts from the entire program, filmed, recorded and edited.
Nagauta "Suisen Tanzen"
Japanese Dance Workshop
New Japanese Dance "Momotaro
CAST & STAFF
A group of young Japanese dancers made up of graduates of the Department of Traditional Japanese Dance, Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts.
Geimaruza was formed in 2006 with the aim of expanding Japanese dance to a wider audience and creating a stage full of entertainment that has never been seen before. In 2019, the group will tour Usa City, Nobeoka City, and Shimonoseki City to great acclaim.
Born in Oita City, Oita Prefecture. He studied under Hisazuru Hanayagi as a child, and after moving to Tokyo, he studied under Motoi Hanayagi. After graduating from Oita Maizuru High School, he went on to graduate from Tokyo University of the Arts. He specializes in delicate and beautiful dance that makes the most of his slender physique, and his ability to play strong characters without difficulty has made him one of the most prominent young dancers. She has won the Chairman's Prize at the New Year Dance Festival. She is also a part-time lecturer at the Japan University of Health and Sport Sciences. She is currently active as a dancer with rehearsal spaces in Oita City, Bungo Takada City, Fukuoka City, and Tokyo. She is the leader of Izumi-kai.
Naomi FujimaNaozo Fujima
Born in Tokyo. Born in Tokyo. Studied under Hidenosuke Fujima. With his superhuman physical abilities, he is a brilliant performer with sharp techniques. With his energetic and cheerful character, he is the mood maker of Geiza. He won the first prize in the National Dance Contest for Traditional Dance and the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Award. He has received awards such as the Chairman's Prize at the New Year Dance Convention of various schools. She is the leader of "Fujiya-kai" and "Naosan-no-kai".
Izumi Aoi Izumi Aoi Misho
Izumi Aoi Misho Born in Kasuya-gun, Fukuoka Prefecture. Studied under Tokumisho Izumi from childhood, and after moving to Tokyo, studied under the second generation Soke Tokuemon Izumi. She is known for her dynamic and dynamic dancing that makes the most of her physique, but she also has a delicate feminine expression. This time she is the only female dancer. She is currently struggling to write her thesis as a graduate student at the same university.
Hanayagi Hanayagi Mishojiro
Born in Taketa City, Oita Prefecture. Studied under Hanayagi Yoshimiji, and after moving to Tokyo, studied under Hanayagi Sutaro. He has a unique combination of originality and individuality, from the classics to creative works. His appeal lies in his ability to use his long arms and legs to create a large stage space. After graduating from Oita Prefectural Geijutsu Midorigaoka High School, where she majored in Japanese painting, she entered the Department of Traditional Japanese Music at Tokyo University of the Arts. She is pursuing art in both art and music. She won the second prize in the National Dance Competition for Traditional Japanese Dance.
Rido Hanayagi Born in Yamaguchi Prefecture. Studied under Ritaro Hanayagi from an early age, and after moving to Tokyo, studied under Genkuro Hanayagi. He is like a younger brother of the Geza, combining a petite and cute appearance with stoicism. His supple dance, as if drifting in the water, is reminiscent of a mermaid.
When I was a child, I think that Oita was also a region where Japanese dance was popular. As the population of Japanese dance is declining due to the aging of the population, when I wondered what I could do in my hometown of Oita, I told him that it was so much fun to let him know more about dance through dance. I would like to carry out activities that will help to revitalize Japanese dance in my hometown of Oita.
Mr. Mishojiro Hanayagi
I am slightly modifying the choreography that I usually do in the Yabu-za, and I put sign language in the lines and dance. There are also children, so it's more fun to watch than Japanese dance, and it's a dance that makes you laugh. I think there are sad things because various things are restricted by the corona disaster, but today I forget about those things and see "Momotaro" which is fun for a day and the wonderful things of Japanese dance classics, and everyone feels a little fun. I would appreciate it if you could become.
It was interesting! I thought it was great for adults and kids alike!