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Kodo Village, Sado Island

A visit to the place where the Kodo drummers live and work. Pictures 1-3 by me, 4-5 by The BBG.

NHK Bilingual Service

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If you wanted to know what was going on in the world around you, would you trust a show called BS News?
20th Oct 2006, 10:16   | tags:,comments (0)

Street dancing in Ogi

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Late night boogying after a Shiroyama concert. First photo by me, rest by The BBG.

Shiroyama concert

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The fringe concerts at Earth Celebration are free public affairs, which is why we've got lots of pictures and video of them. The main events of the festival, however, are the three big concerts at Shiroyama Park, which are paid ticketed gigs where you're not allowed to take pictures. But here's a sneaky snap of some of the audience.

Hokusetsu sake brewery, Sado Island

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First picture of the brewery itself by The BBG: second picture of one of its products by me. Robert de Niro is a big fan of Hokusetsu sake, hence the photo of his obviously drunk face on the front of the bottle.
20th Oct 2006, 10:13   | tags:,,comments (0)

Kodo and PAL

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The organisers of Earth Celebration, Kodo, performing at a free bayside open-air gig with members of the PAL Jazz Dance Studio. Photos by The BBG.

Food and drink options in Ogi

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I'm prepared to accept that the first one may be some sort of mistake. The BBG took the one of the Hello Kitty green tea.
19th Oct 2006, 09:12   | tags:,,comments (0)


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For a change, some audience participation at the Earth Celebration fringe: a workshop where the whole audience is given a drum each and we get to play for ourselves.