Takamasa Fujima is a Japanese traditional dancer born in Tokyo in 1971. After graduating from the playwriting course of Nihon University College of Art, he has continued to create new types of Japanese traditional dance. He has participated in commercial theatrical performances since 2003. He has also been in charge of choreography in a variety of plays and dramas on TV. In addition, he has actively taken part in many overseas dance performances and workshops. In recent years, he organized “Specified Nonprofit Corporation Harmony of Japan” and has held Japanese dance performances in Hawaii and Lithuania, France, Russia, supported by the Japan Foundation. He has held special performances of Japanese traditional performing art in Lithuania in 2017 supported by Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan.
We will hold a performance to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the first group of Japanese immigrants to Hawaii with Hawaii Gagaku Society under the direction of Takamasa Fujima and Masatoshi Shamoto at Orvis Auditorium University of Hawaii at Manoa on October 24, 2018.
We hope you enjoy Japan's authentic cultural art Kabuki dance and Gagaku court music.
This performance is supported by GANNENMONO COMMITTEE and Arts Council Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture.
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