After-Congress and Related Programs

 After-Congress Program

  1. Japanese Music and Traditional Monuments in Kyoto and Otsu
    Friday through Sunday, March 24–26; Admission: JPY 85,000 (incl. roundtrip train ticket, Tokyo – Kyoto, 2 nights’ accommodation) [Details]
  2. Guided Tour of National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka)
    Friday, March 24; Admission: JPY 36,500 (incl. one-way train ticket, Tokyo to Osaka, 1 night’s accommodation) and Kitano-Odori (Kyoto -optional) (March 25) [Details]
  3. One-day Bus Tour to Visit Japanese Gardens in Tokyo, a Boat Trip on Sumida River to Asakusa, with a Semi-Formal Japanese Lunch in Old Kyoto Style
    Friday, March 24; Admission: JPY 15,500 (incl. lunch) [Details]
  4. One-day Trip to Hakone with Close View of Mt.Fuji, an Excursion on Water at Lake Ashi, and a Visit to Flower Gardens, Hopefully with Cherry Blossoms
    Friday, March 24; Admission: JPY 17,000 [Details]
  5. Two-day Trip to Gifu and Takayama: Historical Castles and Traditional Towns from the Edo Period, Staying Overnight at Onsen (Hot Springs)
    Friday through Saturday, March 24–25; Admission: JPY 98,000 (incl. roundtrip train ticket, Tokyo – Nagoya, 1 night’s accommodation) [Details]
  6. Workshop: Experiencing Traditional Japanese Performing Arts: Theory and Practice of Nō Theater (Kanze School)
    March 24, 2017; Venue: Tokyo (the exact information about a location will be given after registration of all participants); Admission: JPY 6,000 [Details]

More events will be announced here by the end of August.
(The schedules and fees of these programs are subject to change. Please check this page and the registration page for the most up-to-dated information.)

 Related Programs

  1. Lecture-Recital: Singers and Songs of Japan, Korea, China and Australia, 1900 to 1950. Guest speaker: Mr KATAYAMA Morihide. (March 25, 6 pm, ALTI Hall, Kyoto) [Full details will be be announced on the KCUA webpage.]
    Admission fee for IMS Congress participants: 2000 Yen
  2. Symposium: The Art Song and Cultural Identity in the colonial settings of East Asia and Australia. (March 26, 9:30am-5pm, Doshisha Women’s College of Liberal Arts, Imadegawa Campus, Kyoto) Admission free, but registration necessary [Full details will be be announced on the KCUA webpage.]
  3. Concert: Forgotten Music – Forbidden Composers – “Cultural Exodus” – Music as Witness, Related program to Roundtable RT-11-4 “Music in Exile: East Meets West”, (Mon, March 20 at 3pm, Ishibashi Memorial Hall, Ueno Gakuen, organizer: Spring Festival in Tokyo Details]