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A spectacular showcase of Japanese and Australian dance, music, arts performed by today’s most celebrated artists.

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A Festive Season Concert - JAPANAROO 2021

In celebration of " Japanese and Australian tradition ", experience the thunder of the drummers, the power of the Oni Kenbai, the resonation of the Koto, the spirit of the Didgeridoo, the vibration of the Shamisen, the song of the Choir and the beauty of the kimono, in this most extraordinary concert.

Renowned artists fuse traditional arts with the energy of today.

One night only


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William Barton

A Composer, producer, multi  instrumentalist, and vocalist, is widely recognised as one of Australia's  leading Didgeridoo players and  composers.

In 2008,  he is  one of three composers for the Australian segment of the Beijing Olympics  Opening ceremony. 


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Satsuki Odamura

A koto virtuoso, who has pioneered this ancient Japanese instrument in Australia. She works with musicians from other genres, from  jazz to classical music.     


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ONI KENBAI

The Oni Kenbai is a powerful, masculine dance, that has been performed in the city of Kitakami, Iwate Prefecture, in northeastern Japan for around 1,000 years. 

It was originally a way of offering comfort to ancestral spirits. Feel the power of Onikenbai, a Buddhist ritual dance that symbolizes good spirits driving away the bad.

The Japan Spectacular presents for you a highly spirited performance.


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Yu Ni On

YuNiOn takes people on a fun, open and soulful journey through the high spirited energy of the Japanese taiko drum, blended with percussive sounds and festive song and dance. 


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KAMAHL

Kamahl is an international icon of the Australian music industry and has multi gold & platinum records. His golden voice has enchanted millions since 1967.


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Noriko Tadano

An award-winning, virtuoso master of the Japanese shamisen (a 3-string, banjo-like instrument) and a traditional Japanese vocalist. was an audience favourite and finalist on the ‘Australia’s Got Talent’ TV program.   


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Sydney Sakura Choir

Sydney Sakura Choir prides itself on its musical ambassadorship for Japan and has performed at cultural festivals and charity events.


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Wadaiko Rindo

Sydney Sakura Choir prides itself on its musical ambassadorship for Japan and has performed at cultural festivals and charity events.

WA BORI

Japanese Kimono Meets Australian Spirit

- First Nations x Kimono Haute Couture -

Presents by International Kimono Club of Sydney

Design by Tae Gessner, Models by Emily Gessner, TATS


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Sydney Town Hall (Centennial Hall )

Treasured as one of the grandest surviving 19th century halls in Australia, the Centennial Hall was completed in 1889 in honour of the centenary of the founding of Australia.

This glorious venue features a Tasmanian blackwood and tallowwood floor and the famous 25 metre wide Grand Organ, which spans the entire width of the western wall. There are 21 stained glass windows featuring Australian flora, a stunning ornate ceiling and twelve giant marbled pillars in the corners of the Hall.


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IKEBANA INSTALLATION by Yoshimi Tada

Tada Yoshimi (the pseudonym Tada Reishu, 多田玲秋), known as one of the prominent Ikebana artists of the Sogetsu School, has been widely active in Asia and the Pacific across countries such as Australia, Singapore and Japan for more than a decade. As one of her outstanding activities in promoting Ikebana in Australia, she served as a demonstrator of Ikebana at the Japan Spectacular, a Festival of Japanese Traditional Arts and Cultures, at the Opera House Sydney in December 2019.

Always bearing in mind the infinitive possibilities that Ikebana holds, Yoshimi’s great devotion and endeavor in the pursuit of the true beauty through lkebana never ends with her lifetime wish as “Ikebana to be an universal art that is open to all the people around the World”.


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ORIGAMI INSTALLATION by Midori Furze

Midori is a Sydney-based Japanese multidisciplinary artist.She specialises in origami projects with community participation, origami installations, demonstrations and workshops.She received a commendation from the Consulate General of Japan in Sydney in 2016.


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BONSAI

Megumi gained her B.A. in English Literature in Tokyo.

She is a qualified Koryu school ikebana teacher and horticulturist.

Megumi is a member of Nippon Bonsai Association and Ikebana International Sydney Chapter and she is a certified bonsai instructor by Nippon Bonsai Association.

She is a founder of Bonsai Society of Sydney inc. and is involved in charity work.

For many years Megumi has been teaching bonsai, given demonstrations, workshops and exhibitions throughout Australia and overseas. She has been a contributor of bonsai articles in Australia, Japan and overseas.

Megumi has made a DVD “Bonsai Techniques for Beginners” and her biography has been published written by Mrs Mary Napper.

Megumi received the Japanese Foreign Ministers Award for her contribution in Australia in 2006.

Our family owns a bonsai nursery, Bonsai Art Pty ltd. at Belrose, Sydney.

*If the concert can not take place due to the Covid, tickets will remain valid for the new date.

If you’re no able to attend on the new date, we will refund the ticket fee.

Ticket agency's fee is non-refundable.

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We introduce Japanese traditional culture to the world.

We organize various events at land mark venues in Sydney such as the Sydney Opera House,

the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Sydney Town hall and more. ( see Venue )

Also we specialise in promotional video productions with top-quality contents in English.

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