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Beauty of Japanese Dance 舞 by Master Guraku AKIFUSA

Monday, 12 January 2015

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Image credit: Japan Creative Centre / Guraku AKIFUSA

 

Nihon Buyo 日本舞踊 refers to the traditional Japanese Dance which originates from the Edo period and it has a long history which encompasses with many other dance forms such as Noh and Kabuki.

 

On this 20 January, the Japan Creative Centre (JCC), Embassy of Japan is delighted to present a Lecture & Demonstration on ‘Beauty of Japanese Dance 舞’ by Master Guraku AKIFUSA and and admission is FREE, on first come first served basis*. During the 1 hour event, Master Guraku AKIFUSA will be explaining about ‘Nihon Buyo’ and the differences compared to other dance forms followed by a special demonstration.

 

 

Master Guraku AKIFUSA was born in Tokyo, Japan, in 1974 and learnt Nihon Buyo from his mother when he was 5 years old. He had received his master title as Wakayagi ryu when he was 25 years old and has also developed his own style of Nihon Buyo which is now called Akifusa ryu.

 

 

Date: Tuesday, 20th January 2015

Time: 7:00pm to 8:00 pm (Registration at 6:30pm)
Venue: Japan Creative Centre, No. 4 Nassim Road, Singapore 258372
Admission: Free

 

 

Please email your particulars ((Full name, Gender, Email address and mobile number) with the subject 'Lecture & Demonstration on Beauty of Japanese Dance' to jcc@sn.mofa.go.jp by 15th January 2015.

 

 

Source: JCC

 

Photos: JCC / Guraku AKIFUSAPosted by Admin in Arts & Culture on 12 Jan 2015

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