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    The Japan Dance Truck Association is announcing its next project, “DANCE TRUCK TOKYO,” which will take place in 15 locations throughout the Tokyo Metropolis, including the Tama district, the outlying islands, and the wards of central Tokyo.

    “DANCE TRUCK TOKYO” has been selected by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Arts Council Tokyo (of the Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), to be a part of the “Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL Public Call for Project Proposals” (https://ttf-koubo.jp/en/). This festival will be celebrating cultural activities in all regions of the metropolis, starting from the fall of 2019 and continuing for a year.

    These performances are being developed by innovative artists from a range of disciplines, under the curation of three of Japan’s most noted contemporary dancers: Yoko Higashino, Tsuyoshi Shirai, and Yukio Suzuki. Each event will be unique and site-specific, incorporating the particular landscape and personality of the particular location.

    A Special Website for DANCE TRUCK TOKYO

    Time period: From September 2019
    Locations: Various sites throughout the wards, Tama district, and outlying islands of the Tokyo Metropolis

    Organized by: the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
    Planning and production: Japan Dance Truck Association
    Joint production: Offsite Dance Project

    For more information contact: Japan Dance Truck Association
    TEL. 080-3399-1009
    E-mail: info@dance-truck.jp

    About Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL
    Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL is an initiative that will see a variety of cultural programs unfold in the run-up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, promoting Tokyo’s appeal as a city of arts and culture.

    About Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL Special 13
    The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Arts Council Tokyo sought a wide range of creative and innovative ideas from the public for projects that would become the core of the cultural programs for the Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL. From a total of 2,436 project proposals submitted from within Japan and overseas, 13 were selected for implementation. The 13 projects will be collectively named "Tokyo Tokyo FESTIVAL Special 13," and will be implemented in sequence towards 2020, when the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 will be held.


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