ORIGIN STORIES OF JAPAN with BELLA GAIA-A traditional beat that resonate the future and the world -Pre-event
- Date: May 24, 2014 (Sat)
- Venue: Yakushiji, Nara Prefecture, Mahoroba Hall
A project that allows us to communicate and experience the earth, the world, Japan, and traditions that we want to pass on to future generations.
The BELLA GAIA show is a fusion of projections of images observed by NASA satellite and music played by violinist Kenji Williams.This time around the BELLA GAIA, it will be a collaboration event newly created without being bound by one concept of Japanese traditional performing arts, Japanese dance, shamisen, guitar, and gagaku.
A multimedia show that you can feel with your five senses
A multimedia show that you can see with your eyes and hear with your five senses conveys your feelings like never before.
Nara prefecture has a great influence on the history of Japanese religion and culture, and has many national treasures. Nara is the first capital in Japanese history.Nara is also the birthplace of the world’s oldest performing arts with a history of 650 years. Nara Prefecture has a history of over 1300 years and is worthy of representing Japan. That is why we wanted to do this event in Nara. This is a project that starts the road from Yakushiji Temple, a wonderful world heritage site, to convey the splendor of the earth, the world, Japan, and tradition through art to more people.
Event direction : otasjapan inc.