Taikokoro Inc presents
Tired of staying at home?
Miss playing taiko?
Taikokoro is hosting two Zoom workshops by the energetic Japanese Taiko professional, Shunichi Kamiya, that will help you prepare yourself and build strength to play taiko again.
From core muscle training, to lengthy air bachi exercises, he will share with you what he has been practicing at home to build endurance for playing taiko.
Day 1: Building PHYSICAL Strength
Day 2: Building TECHNICAL Strength
Shun is loved by the Australian taiko community having shared his passion for taiko and his energy for teaching in 2019.
Workshops conducted in Japanese with English translation.
Ready to do it? Click the button below and fill out the registration form!
The workshops will be conducted in Japanese with English translation by ZOOM.
After each session, there will also be an opportunity to chat with Shun for Q&A, as well as meet other participants. These Workshop are interpreted by Yui
|Workshop 1||Building PHYSICAL Strength||6th October, Tuesday|
|Workshop 2||Building TECHNICAL Strength||7th October, Wednesday|
All sessions are one hour in duration + Q&A starting at:
8:00PM (Melbourne Time)
7:00PM (Japan Time)
Please check your local time
Please enter 10 mins before the session starts every time.
Per session, per person
Taikokoro Member A$12
(Ichiban, Niban, Rinjin & Gakkusei)
Not a member, and want to be? View the benefits and sign up here
*Please note that the workshop will be recorded and photographed and parts may be used in our socials for promotion purposes. If you do not want to be seen, please let us know and we will edit your face out of the recorded footage.
Shunichiro Kamiya began playing taiko at age 9 with his community group, Takatana Matsuri Hozon Kai, participating in local events for various performances.
He later became a performing member for the professional troupe, Taiko Performing Arts Ensemble Kodo.
He now resides back in his home town in Aichi prefecture, specializing in the musical expression with taiko, shinobue (bamboo flute) and traditional folk dances, as well as directing stage performances, composing pieces, and holding workshops in various locations.
Shunichiro is also active in collaborating and networking with different artists, regardless of the genre, and has also been on long-run tours in different countries, counting over 500 theatre performances worldwide.
In 2017, he has founded ‘Matoi no Kai’, a gathering of Japanese culture enthusiasts from the same generation, who not only performs together, but values the exchange of ideas and networking within one another.
Taiko people in Melbourne and Cairns met Shun when he was in Australia in 2019. He joined Australia Miyake Kai in a performance at the 2019 Japanese Summer Festival at Federation Square in Melbourne.