With outlandish costumes, nostalgic music, and larger-than-life performers, every chindonya show is bound to bring joy and laughter.
Originally a form of street advertising that originated in the Edo period, performers were musicians engaged to promote products in the streets. Unique to chindonya is a three-in-one instrument called the chindon, which is made up of two drums and a gong. Together with another drum, a clarinet, and a saxophone are also used.
Look forward to these traditional Japanese street performances by The Adachi Company!
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Date: 20 & 21 May 2016
Time: 7 pm, 8:30 pm & 9:30 pm
Chindonya – Traditional Japanese Street Performance
Start date: 20/5/16 19:00
End date: 21/5/16 22:00