Inami Woodcarving Museum
Born from the Chisels of Master Carpenters
It was a very nice stage watching excellent folk performances at one time in Zuisenji Temple, that was a first time for me though I’m living nearby.
Please pass on to younger people and continue to do your best.
The Zuisenji Temple, which many people have inherited, and many fork performances that have been passed down in Nanto have found new possibilities.
（person in charge of tourism association）
It was a very rare chance for the three major Toyama folk songs to perform together. and we look forward to future developments.
6th October (Sun) 2019
1st performance Open 16:30／Start17:00
2nd performance Open 18:30／Start19:00
- Zuisenji Temple, Nanto city, Toyama pref.
- Admission fee
Free ※Maybe you’ll be standing.
- The performance is over
Organizer: Akari Art Executive Committee, Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan,Japan Arts Council, Japan Council of Performers Rights & Performing Arts Organizations
Co-organizer: Club Tourism International Inc.
Cooperation: Inami Japan Heritage Promotion Committee, Nanto City Tourism Association, Nagauta Association, Japanese Classical Dance Association
Support: Ministry of the Environment, Regional Revitalization and Inbound Tourism Council
- “Welcome to Inami,a wood carving art gallery ”
- Fujii Keiichi（Inami Japan Heritage Promotion Committee）
- Mitani Naoki（Inami Japan Heritage Promotion Committee）
- Tsunemoto Tetsuo（Zuisenji Temple）
Inami Kiyari Odori
- “Gokayama, once a secluded mountain valley”
- Tsuji Shiro（Etchu Gokayama Mugiyabushi Preservation Society）
- “A future of Inami woodcarving”
- Maekawa Daichi（carver）
- Hasegawa Hitoshi（Johana Ioriuta Preservation Society）
Japanese Classical Dance with Nagauta Shamisen Music
Inami Kiyari Odori
Inami Kiyari Group
Etchu Gokayama Kokiriko Preservation Society
Etchu Gokayama Mugiyabushi Preservation Society
Johana Ioriuta Preservation Society
Inami Japan Heritage Promotion Committee
Etchu Yatsuo Owara Preservation Society Fukujima Branch
Inami Akari Art
Lamps with a paper shades colors the grounds of Inami Zuisenji Temple and night streetscape of Inami. On each street, Odori Yatai, Inami Kiyari Odori, and Etchu Owara are performed.