|Date & Time：||May 11th (Fri) 5:30-7:00pm|
|Place：||1st Fl., Okuma Garden House (Bldg. 25)|
|Eligibility:||Waseda students, faculty, and staff|
ICC's first ever Okinawa Party!
Come enjoy a colorful performance of the traditional Okinawan folk
dance "Eisa" from the Tokyo based group Arakaji Eisa.
Feel the vibe of summer in Okinawa with the sounds of the Sanshin
musical instrument, the pounding of Taiko drums, and the shouts
and calls of a lively Japanese festival. Let the uplifting
performance sweep you away to Japan's island paradise.
Don't miss this one of a kind event!
1. Performance by Arakaji Eisa (15 min.)
2. Free Time ★Okinawan cakes "Beniimo Tart" for the first 50 people!
3. Eisa Dance Experience (15 min.)
-What is Eisa?-
Eisa is a traditional folk dance that is held in mid-July in Okinawa.
The dance performers hold large and small drums which they play while
dancing and shouting out. Accompanying music performers also play the
Sanshin while walking and dancing.
Cooperation: Arakaji Eisa
Inquiries: ICC TEL: 03-5286-3990 E-mail: email@example.com