11/4 FUCHU

The front approach to a shrine Ōkunitama Jija, one of the representative landscapes of Fuchu. The performance will be held in the central area of the city with many commercial facilities.

Date & Time: November 4(MON/Holiday) 16:30-18:00
Site: Fuchu / Keyaki Namiki Dori

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.

Anna Irite/Hiromichi Sakamoto, Jon The Dog, Tsuyoshi Shirai/Yugo Morikawa (Polygon Head), Somatic Field Project, 6-dim+

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

In Association with Fuchu City



Address: Around 1 Miyanishi-cho, Fuchu City, Tokyo

1 minute walk from Fuchu Station.
10 minutes walk from Fuchu Honmachi Station.


Anna Irite

Dancer and choreographer. Irite has studied classic ballet since her childhood and contemporary dance under Kuniko Kisanuki. She mainly performs solo pieces but also participates in a number of performances by different choreographers. She has engaged in performances and choreography for many music videos and collaborations with visual artists and musicians. She won the top prize at the first Solo Danza Festival in 2014, and the Chie Sumiyoshi Prize at SICF19PLAY in 2018.
photo by bozzo

Hiromichi Sakamoto

Cellist, composer, and improviser. Since the end of the 1980s, he has performed around the world as a solo artist. He has also performed with artists from diverse field like dance, film, the visual arts, and the performing arts. He has composed for many performances such as the kabuki play “Kamikakete Sango Taisetsu” at the Theatre Cocoon, the Japanese literature theater series by SIS Company Inc., and “The Nuns” by KERA・MAP, etc.
photo by AYANO Koji


An organ playing dog who suddenly appeared on the indie music scene before the spread of the internet in the 1990s. His work is supported by musicians and listeners all over the world who seek geeky music. He has released albums in and outside of Japan. He participated in the creation of the music theater performance.Tadashii Kazu no Kazoekata [The Right Way to Count Numbers], as an actor and singer, and this piece won the Grand prize in the entertainment division of the Japan Media Arts Festival in 2015.

Tsuyoshi Shirai

Choreographer and dancer. Shirai founded the company “Study of Life works BANETO” in 1998, and “AbsT” in 2006. He won a number of national and international prizes such as the Prix d'Auteur de Conceil General de al Seine-Saint-Denis in 2000. He is renowned for his unique physicality as he interacts with diverse objects. His style, which stimulates audiences’ intellectuality and sensitivity, opens up opportunities for collaborations and workshops with other genres such as music, visual arts and literature.
photo by Hatori Naoshi

Yugo Morikawa (Polygon Head)

Guitarist, vocalist, and composer. Morikawa is the founder of the strange guitar pop band “Polygon Head.” Since he was thirteen years old, he has played guitar and committed himself to various composers with exhilarating styles, such as Frank Zappa. He taught himself composition and is now active inside and outside of Japan, singing along with his artful guitar work.
photo by Ebisuke

Somatic Field Project

A long-term research project started in 2014 by the choreographer Hiroaki Umeda for the development of younger generation of Japanese dancers and his own movement method. This project seeks further development through the long-term training of dancers and the collaboration with various artists.


Under the motto of “laughing together in this moment,” 6-dim+ stages improvisational plays and comedies which creates a sense of here and now, where the audience can enjoy, sympathize, experience, and laugh hard together with them. 6-dim+ tours around Japan and performs not just in theaters, but also in cafes, shrines, and schools. Their performances instantly transform these mundane places into places of comedy overflowing with laughter.
photo by Junichi Takahashi


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