2018 I was again at the Japan-Tag NRW and took pictures of cosplayers, but also of the stage program, despite the general insecurity of the DSGVO.
Published on 05/27/2018, updated on 05/27/2018
I did it again - and, after a short break in 2017, I visited the Japan Day NRW again!
This took place in Düsseldorf on 26 May 2018 - and was again a welcome invitation for a hobby photographer like me to train my hobby. Out of nearly 2,000 recordings I chose the best ones I think I present here.
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On Japan Day there were countless great cosplays!
Some I have seen, I have photographed here!
The Japanese kindergarten presented a mixture of drumming and dancing; it was simply sweet to watch the children.
The German-Japanese EKŌ kindergarten mixed elements of dance with singing; I was impressed by how serious their cause was.
My personal highlight this year were the Taiko kids; they drummed the traditional Japanese drum and set the beat on Japan Day.
Japanese International School Düsseldorf
The Japanese International School Düsseldorf was represented with two events - on the one hand with its choir, which also invited to participate, as well as with the wind ensemble in combination with members of the Japanese club, which has also been represented in recent years.
Hanayagi Tomokinu & Watanabe Dance Group
The Hanayagi Tomokinu & Watanabe dance group was the last event of Japan Day that I attended. Here classical Japanese dance was performed, by the honourable Hanayagi Tomokinu - I have the greatest respect for this woman and what she does - as well as her students, who rehearse the dances in regular courses under her guidance. It seems as if she leaves nothing, but really nothing at all, to coincidence. She is undoubtedly a master of her profession.
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