Kitaro Performs at Mt. Fuji REPORT

The 13th annual Taiko Drum event commenced in heavy rain with
great support from our veteran event team building the stage in a short time.
This event was tributed to Mr. Daihachi Oguchi, master of the Suwa Taiko, who
passed away in late June due to a traffic accident.
Kitaro’s intention was to run the event even in stormy weather.
“Take this rain as a blessing and beat the taiko to your heart’s desire!”
To this call, the participants who gathered at the site were united by the
Taiko beat.
Fireworks lit up the area and the taiko rhythm resonated throughout Mt. Fuji.
The event continued on till the next morning, and people saw the beautiful sky
breaking out of the gray sky.
We pray that there will be less war in the world and that peace will eventually
prevail this earth.
We wish all participants for this event this beautiful summer memory.

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