09/22 ADACHI

“Kitchen of downtown Tokyo,” rooted from a market opened in Edo period. The performance will transform Chuo-Oroshiuri-shijo, the only remaining auction market for marine products in the Tokyo metropolitan area with the atmosphere of Showa era.

Date & Time: September 22 (SUN) 18:00-19:00 / 20:00-21:00
(2 stages / Please leave the standing space once when the first stage is over.)
Site: Adachi Wholesale Market

entrance guidance

▶ Admission free (no advance reservation required)
▶ The audience will be standing throughout the performance.
▶ There is no parking lot at each venue, so please use public transportation.
▶ The order of appearance will be announced on the web on the day.
▶ Rain or shine. In the case of stormy weather there are possibilities of cancellation. Please check the website for updates.

OrganWorks, Momoko Shiraga, Yukio Suzuki, Koichiro Tamura, Crack Iron Albatrosket, Yoko Higashino

Lighting Designer: Takayuki Fujimoto
Sound Engineering: WHITELIGHT
Video Installation: Yohei Saito
Art supervision: OLEO
Stage Managers: Lang Craighill

In Association with Adachi City



Address: 50 Senju-Hashidocho, Adachi-ku, Tokyo

3 minutes walk from Senju Ohashi Station.
15 minutes walk from Kitasenju Station.



Dance company consisting of Shintaro Hirahara and eleven other dancers that nationally and internationally perform and disseminate dance in various ways. Maho Takahashi, Haruka Watanabe and Sae Oishi from the company will perform in Dance Truck Tokyo. Takahashi’s techniques are enhanced by her career overseas. Watanabe has won a number of prizes at competitions in and outside of Japan, such as Yokohama Dance Collection and MAZDANZA. Onishi founded the dance unit “Odoru Sanso” [Dancing Oxygen].”

Momoko Shiraga

Choreographer, director, and dancer. Shiraga leads the dance performance group, “Momonga Complex.” By engaging them with a punk naivete, her works discovers the essence of things that look simple and uninteresting at first glance. She was the general director and choreographer of Festival/Tokyo 2014. She was invited to Echigo-Tsumari Art Field 2015 with her piece Tsumari wa, Dance de Komasharu [Tsumari viz. Dance de Commercial]. Since 2019, she is the artistic director of Kirari Fujimi, a public culture hall in Fujimi city Saitama Japan.
photo by Kitagawa sisters

Yukio Suzuki

Curator of DANCE TRUCK TOKYO Choreographer and dancer. Suzuki’s dance mesmerizes audiences with a strong physicality that lithely and delicately inhabits the space. He has performed in over forty cities around the world and also engages with diverse projects such as co-productions with models and musicians and workshops for children and disabled dancers. Suzuki has won many prizes, including the Choreographer of the Next Generation Award from the Toyota Choreography Awards of 2008.
photo by bozzo

Koichiro Tamura

Choreographer and dance artist. Tamura was born in Nigata and is based in Kyoto. He is the founder of “DANCE PJ REVO.” Tamura creates and performs his works in places such as Tokyo, Kobe, Hong Kong, Korea, and France. He is renowned for his ability to create elaborate compositions and spatial designs, as well as his questioning of existing society and ideas. At the Yokohama Dance Collection, he won the Encouragement Prize, Outstanding New Artist Prize, French Embassy Prize for Young Choreographers and the Sibiu International Theater Festival Prize.
photo by Youichi Tsukada(F/BRIDGE)


Performance group founded by Akito Inui in the spring of 1997. Within a few minutes, the group delivers rapid-fire meaningless/meaningful plays, songs, dances, etc. They transform various sites with the unique color of their psychedelicious performances, like festival idiots gushing out of the sultry Southern Delta.

Yoko Higashino

Dancer and choreographer for the ANTIBODIES Collective. Higashino has presented her work in the performing arts and music scene since the late 1990s. She directed the Dance Company BABY-Q from 2000 to 2014 and won various prizes such as the grand prize of the Toyota Choreography Awards (Choreographer of the Next Generation Award) in 2005. In 2015 she formed the “ANTIBODIES Collective” in Kyoto, and they gained attention in site-specific works with multi genre artists. She has taken a leadership role in the Japan Dance Truck Association since 2011.
photo by bozzo


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