- Koto Shakuhachi Experience and Lesson Tokyo Japan
Koto Shakuhachi Experience and Lesson Tokyo Japan
Koto Shakuhachi Experience and Lesson
Japanese traditional music KOZANGUMI(TEAM KOZAN)
All foreign visitors, study abroad students, and tourists welcome!
Reservations can be made by e-mail or telephone.
Kozan Ishikura often play at Samurai Live Music hosted by
Samurai Museum every weekend.
If you are visiting Tokyo, why don’t you book a ticket for this show?
You can listen to live music played by Kozan.
Learn to play “Koto” (Japanese harp) and “Shakuhachi” (Japanese bamboo flute)
*At a experience session we using a high quality plastic Shakuhachi.
The lessons are taught in English and participants can learn both the Koto and Shakuhachi.
At the end of the experience all the participants will gather to perform a traditional piece together.
We also offer a professional performance so you can enjoy traditional arts first hand at Suga Shinto Shrine.
Our music experiences take place inside the Kaguraden on the Suga Shrine grounds.
(Picture of Kaguraden)
If you’d like we can take pictures and video using simple equipment.
We provide a yukata service but only during the summer and quantity is limited.
*Please contact us to reserve a session.
*We ask a minimum of 2 participants to sign up at a time, although we can host larger groups as well.
*To facilitate scheduling for our instructors, please make reservations well in advance.
*We recognize that guests also may want to plan out several months ahead, so we allow reservations to be made as early as 3 months prior to each session.
Points to note
*Please pay in cash the day of as we cannot accept credit card payments.
10,000 JPY per person (Including tax)
Groups of 4 to 7 individuals will receive a 10% discount.
Groups of 8 to 10 individuals will receive a 20% discount.
*Minimum reservation: two people.
*Please understand that groups of 10 or more may occasionally have to share the class with other participants.
*There are additional costs for those choosing to experience the session wearing one of our yukata.
As start and end times are fixed for these sessions, we cannot extend a session time if someone arrives late.
Each class lasts 60 minutes to 90 minutes depending on the number of participants.
Maximum capacity: 10 participants