5/26(Sat) 18:30 - 19:30, 20:00 - 21:00,
21:30 - 22:30
* About 20min performance multiplied by 3 times
* We may have the entrance regulation due to peak moment
- Suntory Museum of Art 1F Lecture room
- [Participation fee]
In 1995 became a disciple of Imamaru Hayashiya, Japan’s best paper-cutting performer. In 2007 was renamed Hana Hayashiya. She is the first female paper-cutting performer in the yose (Japanese vaudeville) world's 300-year history.
Made his debut in the manzai (duo comedy) world in 1955 as part of the duo Yoji and Syoji. After the duo was disbanded, became active as a comic storyteller and MC. Currently the only Japanese-style storyteller truly performing the 100 famous Edo (old name for Tokyo) hawker’s cries.
She created a unique “magic world” with performances generated from music and beautiful dancing. Her performances of ancient magic tricks called wazuma combine buyo (classical Japanese dance) and Japanese-style magic tricks. She is a wazumashi (performer of traditional Japanese magic) recognized by the Japan Professional Magicians’ Association.