Japanese way of moving

After the Meiji Restoration, customs and culture are said to have been westernized.

Many traditional cultures such as tea ceremony, Noh, and martial arts still remain in Japan.

At the root of these Japanese cultures is the "Japanese way of moving", and by focusing on it, you can feel a deep sense of familiarity.

Why do tea ceremony, Noh, Kabuki, etc. move like robots?

  Did the Japanese really walk alternately left and right?

Why do you sit upright when your legs are numb?

There are many "?" In the remaining traditional culture.

Our wisdom can be said to have been built up in our bodies by our ancestors.

Foreigners can also feel Japanese culture by getting a sense of Japanese movement.


If you are interested in and respect Japanese culture, please try it. 


about me


I have been working for a telecom company for 30 years.

However, I soon began to feel that it was not enough for my outlook on life.

And since 20 years ago, I have been reviewing and re-learning Japanese culture.

The more I learned, the more I was fascinated by the depth of Japanese culture.

At the bottom is the sensation of capturing body movements.

How wonderful it would be if we could share that feeling that is invisible on the surface with you.

That is self-reliance and a true sense of global sharing.

We have opened a Japanese-style rehearsal hall in Tokyo as a place to experience such an experience.


Foreigners who are interested are welcome. 



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