Using bodies in motion, projection mapping, soundscapes, and humour, the Yokohama Theatre Group weaves together its newest original show, RYOKOU. A theatrical exploration of how and why people move from place to place, and the issues surrounding migration of any type, RYOKOU is a visual experience that anyone of any age can enjoy.
No English or Japanese is required and if you’re a resident of Kawasaki, you can shave 500 yen off your ticket price. On Saturday the 15th the show times are 2pm and 6pm, on Sunday the 16th the show times are 1pm and 12pm and on Monday 17th the show is on at 1pm.
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