- Noh: Manjiro Tatsumi, etc.
TECHNOH: Manjiro Tatsumi | KEN ISHII
DJ play: KEN ISHII | RISA TANIGUCHI
- Suigian party culinary menu and 2 drinks
In the past, SUIGIAN only allowed traditional performing arts on its stage, but owner Hidetomo KIMURA has created a new art and culture fusion program, "TECHNOH LAB.", which now enters its fifth installment.
Manjiro Tatsumi, Noh master of the Hosho school of Shite-kata and recipient of the general designation of Important Intangible Cultural Property, together with Asian techno god and driving force in Japan’s techno scene, KEN ISHII, have collaborated as representatives of Japan’s old and new arts. Each time, the tension and depth of their collaborations have increased and they have come ever closer to perfecting their craft.
Using the theme of "Jo-Ha-Kyu," a temporal concept of ancient Eastern music established within the fundamentals of Zeami’s Nohgeiron, the collaboration of Japan’s cutting-edge music and its oldest Noh performance within SUIGIAN’s space will allow the audience to experience a moment of "heart, technique, and strength".
Using SUIGIAN’s theme of "Playing with culture through Japan’s seasons" and based on the concept of the 24 seasons and 72 micro-seasons "Shosho (Manageable heat)" solar term, the audience can partake of small party dishes and Sushi bar prepared using the freshest of ingredients.
As the projection-mapped story plays against the backdrop of the ancient pine tree painted in the Edo period (1608 – 1967 A.D.) by an artist of the Kano school, cutting-edge techno music will fuse with traditional performing arts to create a SUIGIAN-style hospitality for all to enjoy.
* Jo-Ha-Kyu: Japanese performing arts term which refers to three phases of a musical piece or stage performance. "Jo" is a peaceful introduction; "Ha" is a dense development phase; and "Kyu" is a fast-paced final chapter.
General Produce: Hidetomo KIMURA,
Owner of SUIGIAN
This event ended on August 25th (Fri)
Thank you for coming