In the past, the Nakagawa River flowed between the Sumida river and the Edo river. The performance will be held at the “River Station” park. The park was built on the site of the former Nakagawa check point, that functioned as a logistic hub in the Edo period.

Date & Time: June 12 (SAT), 13 (SUN) 18:45-20:00
Site: Former Nakagawa River Station

※This is a rescheduled and reorganized program that originally had been scheduled for Saturday, May 8, 2021. The original performance was postponed due to the spread of COVID-19.

Site: Former Nakagawa River Station

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 website on the day.
▶ Rain or shine. In the case of stormy weather there are possibilities of cancellation.
Please check the website for updates.

12 (SAT) Aokid, Teita Iwabuchi, KAMOSU, VONNOS
13 (SUN) JON THE DOG, Koichiro Tamura, Yoko Higashino×Masaya Nakahara, Ayano Yokoyama

Lighting Designer: Takayuki Fujimoto
Sound Engineering: WHITELIGHT
Video Installation: Keisuke Takahashi
Stage Managers: Shinri Takahashi

In Association with Koto City
Production Support from Enjoyable Days at waterside Koto,Tokyo



Address: 9-10-6 Ojima, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Access: 5 minutes walk from Higashi-ojima Station.



Was born in Tokyo. His performances are rooted in breakdance, but his projects are not limited within dance but also include diverse expressions such as performance art, drawing, event planning and so on. He won the Jury Prize at the Yokohama Dance Competition 1 in 2016. He has been developing his AokidCity project since 2012 and Dobutsuen [Zoo] since 2016
photo by Shinichiro Ishihara

Teita Iwabuch

Teita majored in Drama at Tamagawa University, and he has been presenting choreographies that focus on the “structure of the human body” and the “interaction between space, music, and the human body”. His work Hetero, (Co-choreographed with Kaori Seki) won The French Embassy Prize for Young Choreographers at the Yokohama Dance collection EX 2012. Teita’s unique physical expression method “the matrixed body” is inspired by Butoh, martial arts, biology, neuroscience, philosophy, etc..
photo by bozzo


"KAMOSU" means "fermentate" in Japanese. Using some folk instruments, they express real music from today's Tokyo. 2016 1st performance at "Toshimaya shuzo" a Japanese Sake maker in Tokyo. 2017,18 Performed at "Hashinoshta world music festival-SOUL BEAT ASIA". 2017 Released 1st album "醸(KAMOSU)". 2020 Released 2nd album "Reborn". 2021 Released mini album "十六夜(Izayoi)″.
Zenzai Kazuya / Vocal, Guitar
Kina Kazato / Tabla
Obiki Hiroshi / Vocal, Khoomei, Jew's harp, Igil, Topshuur


VONNOS (read: Bonno-zu) is a contemporary dance company formed by Yuuki Kamimura and Kae Kubo in 2014. They perceive dance as Art by Motion and place it at the base of creation. It features a hybrid worldview that develops in combination with space and music. Receive the Encouragement Award at the Yokohama Dance Collection 2020 Competition I.
photo by Yusaku Saito


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.

Koichiro Tamura

Choreographer and dance artist. He hosts the dance company DANCE PJ REVO. Publishing his works not only in Japan but also in various parts of Asia and Europe. He is a Saison Fellow I of the Saison Cultural.
photo by Takashi Kanai

Yoko Higashino
Artistic Director and Curator of DANCE TRUCK TOKYO

Dancer and choreographer for the ANTIBODIES Collective. Yoko 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

Masaya Nakahara

Born in Tokyo in 1970. He is a musician, film critic, novelist, and essayist. Nakahara began his musical career around 1990. Under the artist name of Violent Onsen Geisha and Hair Stylistics, he released many controversial pieces that cross genres of noise, sound collage, and mondo music . He also writes film reviews and column articles. His novel won 14th Mishima Yukio Prize (2001).

Ayano Yokoyama

Dancer and choreographer. She was born in Nagano prefecture and is a member of the TOKYO ELECTROCK STAIRS and has performed in their all works since 2009. She launched a female-only dance company lal banshees in 2016. She creates androgynous works with detailed choreography that is connected to sound. She also creates music and scenic designs. Her dance embodies musically and fantastically cuts out ordinary things and brings them back to reality.
photo by Ayako Takamatsu


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