Summer events are being held at the Nishiasakusa store of Miyamoto Unosuke Shoten! A visit to the Drum Museum is also highly recommended.Summer events are being held at the Nishiasakusa store of Miyamoto Unosuke Shoten! A visit to the Drum Museum is also highly recommended.

Summer events are being held at the Nishiasakusa store of Miyamoto Unosuke Shoten! A visit to the Drum Museum is also highly recommended.

Miyamoto Unosuke Shoten, which is participating in the Edo Tokyo Kirari Project, has supported festivals and traditional performing arts since its establishment in 1861 by continuing to produce portable shrines, drums, and other products that suit the customers and festivals of the time. In recent years, in order to allow as many people as possible to experience the tradition, we have been operating the“Taiko School HIBIKUS “in three locations across Japan, focusing on workshops and other activities in addition to lessons.

This summer, from July 23 (Sat.) to September 23 (Fri., holiday), we are holding fun events every day at our Nishiasakusa store! There will be a display and sales by popular flute players, special commentary at the Drum Museum and many other workshops. On non-event days, there is a drawing for gift certificates and other prizes for shoppers (every Tuesday, the online store also offers triple points, with the exception of certain items). For event reservations, please refer to the following URL, which has event schedule details.https://www.miyamoto-unosuke.co.jp/company/blog/3216/

Also, when you visit the Nishiasakusa store, we recommend a tour of the adjacentDrum Museum! The Museum was temporarily closed for an extended period of time to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, but reopened on July 1 (Fri.). The Drum Museum was opened in 1988 by Miyamoto Unosuke Shoten, a long-established maker of taiko drums, portable shrines, and ritual implements, to preserve and exhibit its collection of about 800 drums from around the world, as well as reference books and materials (more than 3,000 items each). The museum boasts an unparalleled collection of taiko drums in both quality and quantity, and is the first museum in the world to showcase taiko drums from all over the world, including Asia, Africa, Europe, and the United States.
You can enjoy it with your children and family or by yourself throughout the summer vacation.

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Every day this summer, fun at the Nishiasakusa store!

Duration: July 23 (Sat.) – September 23 (Fri., holiday), 2022
URL:https://www.miyamoto-unosuke.co.jp/company/blog/3216/
Schedule

August 21 (Sun) Exhibition and sale by Marukuma

August 28 (Sun) Ootuka chikukan gakki , exhibition, sales & workshop

September 3 (Sat), 4 (Sun) Exhibition and sales by Shinobue Rippei
You can also try out the new metal shinobue flute “KOTETSU” at the exhibition. Also, shinobue making workshops will be held on both days! Five people per session.

September 17 (Sat), 18 (Sun), 19 (Mon, holiday): Exhibition, sales, and workshop by Shinobue Wako
This is the first time they will be setting up booths. In addition to the Noh flutes and other instruments currently for sale, we’ll also be presenting our newest creations! Also, we will offer repairs and restorations, tuning and adjustments, free consultation for any problems, and a shinobue class from September 17 to September 19.

*Please check our website, SNS, and newsletter for updated information on upcoming events.
*The events may be cancelled depending on the status of the spread of novel coronavirus infections. Please be sure to check our website before coming to events to confirm whether or not they will be held.

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The Drum Museum, a museum dedicated to drums from around the world 

Address: 4F, 2-1-1 Nishi Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Hours: 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (last admission by 3:00 p.m.)
Closed: Mondays and Tuesdays (open if Monday is a national holiday)
URL:https://www.miyamoto-unosuke.co.jp/taikokan/
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Summer events are being held at the Nishiasakusa store of Miyamoto Unosuke Shoten! A visit to the Drum Museum is also highly recommended.
Summer events are being held at the Nishiasakusa store of Miyamoto Unosuke Shoten! A visit to the Drum Museum is also highly recommended.