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From New York to Los Angeles, the Performance Tour of Grand Kabuki

New York, N.Y. In 1967, when I was thinking of starting a professional office of International Promotion, Japan and the United States signed a safety treaty. I thought the timing could not be better. To be able to bring the biggest cultural heritage of Japan — Grand Kabuki — to America was something I believed the Japanese government would […]

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From Japanese Girl to Grandmother, Flying Around the World

War, Piano — then Impresario New York, N.Y. If we are going to speak about my life, I would like to start with the story of World War II. Because not many people know much about this war, especially in America. You might not believe this, but I experienced this war when I was only six years […]

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