Koto Harp with Guide Interpreter in Tokyo

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You can meet your guide at the nearest station or choose to be picked up at your hotel (additional charge). If you'd like to be picked up, please buy the experience for the number of participants and also buy the transportation option per each group each way within 45 minutes from the location of the experience. If not, I look forward to meeting you at the nearest station to the experience location!
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Review (1)

  • Gabriele Gabriele

    Thanks to all people involved giving me the unusual chance to get in contact with japanese traditional music(ians) und the great instrument koto.

    Foremost to my wonderful teacher Tomoko-sensei and her lovely daughter Kumi-san!
    They prepared a professional and effective workshop for me, so I could learn the basic technics by playing a song named "Sakura" and I got an insight in the system of notation. Additionally, I could try the Shamisen, too.

    I enjoyed this special way of spending a great time with japanese musicans. I learned a lot from them and I collected a great deal of inspiration. Thank you!