Sun, Dec
01

Setagaya Koto Cafe Workshop and Concert

2:00pm – 5:30pm
¥2,000 (advance sales)

Experience the world of the traditional Japanese instrument, the koto (a Japanese transverse harp) in a workshop led by internationally renowned koto player Michiyo Yagi and Hiroko Takahashi. The workshop is open to everyone including children and first-time players. You’ll be able to play the familiar Japanese song called ‘Sakura Sakura’ after only an hour.

There will also be a live performance by Michiyo Yagi with a cup of green tea included during the break. The class lasts two hours and includes a 1-hour workshop, a break and a half-hour performance. There are two sessions in the afternoon – one starting at 2pm and another at 3.30pm.

Reservations are required and cancellations must be received three days in advance to ensure a refund. If you cancel after this then unfortunately no refunds can be made. There is no charge for adults who accompany a child who is taking part.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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