Thank you so much for your joining in our first virtual program
" Cool Beats Japan Vol.1".
After premiere, we had continued to have many visitors in the program.
In the 50 hours, three days program, we had 482 participants
Also, THANK YOU so much for your donation throught this program!!
Thanks to you all ... we got the energy to continue to produce the fun and exciting program
Hope we will see you in the real program or another virtual one again!
Please keep your eyes on our FB pages and our website!
Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!
See you 2022!!
初バーチャルプログラム”Cool Beats Japan Vol.1”にご参加いただき、
" Cool Beats Japan Vol.1"にご参加いただき、ありがとうございました！
Thnak you all performers and artists！
Candy 5 from NYC/Candy Artist
Candy 5, studied traditional Japanese candy art under Master Kimura Takeo in 1994 and became the world’s first female candy artist in 300 years. In 1996, she moved to Orlando, Florida to perform at Walt Disney World’s Epcot. Since then, she has entertained and mesmerized many guests for 17 years at the Epcot Japan Pavilion with her amazing techniques. She has appeared on several TV shows, such as The Rosie O’Donnell Show, Sweet Dreams on The Food Network, and The Travel Channel. She will add a refined artistry to her extraordinary personality and present her work from NYC to the world.
Karin Amano/Japanese Story Teller
Originally from Japan, Karin was trained in Japanese traditional dance, song and theater before studying educational theater at New York University. In New York she performed in numerous plays in off-off Broadway productions, a Japanese dance troupe, musicals, and taught acting summer camps. She has been telling Japanese folktales at festivals, schools, libraries and Walt Disney World since the 1990s. She’s also a Kamishibai artist who draws original illustrated cards for her storytelling.
- Special Guests from Japan -
Music excerpt from ART KABUKI
Special thanks to,
Taishi Yamabe /Taiko Drumming
Sho Asano/Tsugaru Shamisen (Japanese Banjo)
Tomoya Nakai/Koto (Japanese Harp)
Suiho Tosha/Fue (Japanese Flute)
The School of TAIKO
- Heroes who overcame the long time virtual lessons!
- Hi! From our apprentices
We are very welcome of your thoughtful donations！
We all appreciate of you to support our activities and future events!!
Pay by Credit Card without reciept
Direct donation to us
Pay by Check
Payable to : Japan Creative Arts
Mailing Address: PO BOX 75491
Seattle, WA 98175