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Booking Japanese Dancers, Musicians and Performers
Japan is a place where ancient traditions are fused with modern life and the same can be said for Japanese Entertainment. Performance styles deeply-rooted in Japanese culture and theatrics have evolved to meet the demands of a modern world.
For instance, our Japanese Taiko Drummers and Geisha Dancers have adopted contemporary choreography, music and technology to delight modern tastes while serving a generous helping of Japanese heritage.
In addition to spectacular drumming ensembles and dancers, Japanese entertainment extends to musicians, martial arts, fire shows, circus acts for engaging shows and even origami and calligraphy for treasured keepsakes to take away. Japanese acts provide showstopping shows and ambient entertainment, ideal for festivals of culture, public celebrations, ceremonies, parades or themed corporate events.
New and Exciting Japanese Acts
A high-energy performance that sees an incredible all-female line-up of Taiko Drummers bring Japanese entertainment to life. Keep true to tradition or stray into contemporary fusions with modern accompaniments such LEDs with our highly versatile, Female Taiko Drummers.
With the option to customise costumes, choreography and even incorporate additional elements such as ‘shinobue’ (Japanese transverse flute). Bring excitement to cultural events such as festivals, national celebrations and sporting events with our leading ladies.Click here for act profile
Who are some famous Japanese Acts?
- Japanese Drummers Taiko drums play a fundamental role in Japan's treasured music history. Joji Hirota is a famous Japanese Taiko drummer, composer, percussionist, Shakuhachi player and singer. His passion has inspired countless musicians. In fact, the Yamato Drummers have had the pleasure of working alongside the legend that is Joji. With over 20 years' of experience performing to crowds of over 5 million people, the Yamato Drummers are iconic in their own right! These incredible Japanese drummers entwine athleticism and musical prowess using up to 20 performers to create earth-shattering sounds on towering six-foot drums.