Japan Festival Bali 2013 Interaction of Two Cultures

This is an interesting activity that brings together two cultural backgrounds in the world, a lively event there is open to everyone, free of charge. Present there the tourists and the organizers.

Quoting a news from a tourist site, travelKompas, staff Consulate General of Japan, Sokhibi, in Denpasar, Tuesday, November 26, 2013, said, "It's a collaboration - Bali Japan Association for Educational and Cultural Exchange, the Consulate General of Japan in Denpasar, and Wayang Beber Cudamani studio," he said.

If you were present there, many opportunities to enjoy the cultural performances, a Noh performance, a classical Japanese musical drama that has been performed since the 14th century and is well known to cross the continent.

Similarly Balinese cultural attractions, traditional gamelan dancers will support any motion within the grain of contemporary Japanese dance culture with Balinese dancers interact with supporting artists include Moriyana Kaiji (Japanese contemporary dancer), Ni Wayan Sekarini (Balinese dancer), Wayang Beber Cudamani Studio (Balinese gamelan).

In addition, visitors can witness the Feel Alive performance, with supporting artists Mime Troupe Grand and Ballon (pantomime Japan) and the Japanese speech contest. Then show Grantang Pelog by the Japanese Society of Bali, Suar Dwi Stri with supporting artists, among others Reijiro Tsumura (Japanese Noh dancer), Wayang Beber Cudamani (Balinese gamelan), Makoto Ohno (Japanese flute player) and Yasufuku Mitsuo (Japanese percussionist).

Japan Festival Bali 2013 takes place in Banjar Pengosekan Hall, Desa Mas, Ubud, Gianyar regency during the week, November 28 to December 3, 2013, a performance that can be expected by the various parties, how two different cultures collaborate.

There are always interesting things waiting there.

(Source Antara, travelKompas, I Nyoman Suryawan - Denpasar /Image V Saver)


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