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“Island Breeze” CD -
Taiko, Slack Key Guitar, and Shakuhachi
“Island Breeze” is a trio of world class musicians, each masters of their own instruments, who have come together to create some new and inspiring music.

U.S. destinations:

$18.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$20.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)





Convergence CD

“Convergence” CD -
Taiko and Bamboo Flutes
featuring Kenny Endo on taiko, Kaoru Watanabe on bamboo flultes
Celebrates the confluence of the musical journeys between Kenny Endo and Kaoru Watanabe. Their music draws influence from Japanese festival and Kabuki music to American jazz, free improvisation and other world music.

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$18.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$20.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)





“Honua” (Earth) CD -
Taiko and Piano
featuring Kenny Endo on taiko, Derek Nakamoto on piano.

A softer side of TAIKO! Includes “I Kai (the Sea),” “Wao Lani (the Sky), and “Pono” (well being, respect) among others.

U.S. destinations:

$18.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$20.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)





“Rhythm Summit” CD -
featuring Kenny Endo on taiko, bamboo flute;
Noel Okimoto on drumset, marimba, vibraphones;
and Dean Taba on bass, kalimba

Includes “East Meets West,” “Ubiquitous One,”
“Noon Cycles,” “Symmetrical Soundscapes,” and
other original tunes.

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$18.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$20.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)





On The Way [Michi Yuki] (2007)
Featuring Joji Hirota, John Kaizan Neptune, and Kenny Endo
A new collaborative project featuring all original compositions
Taiko, bamboo flutes, temple bells, voice, Japanese and world percussion, and Japanese classical drums

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$18.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$20.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)





Essence (2001)
Featuring Kenny Endo, Masayuki Koga, Michiyo Koga
Pure improvisation with three fine musicians on taiko, shakuhachi, and koto

(Sorry, currently out of stock)


Jugoya (2000)
Featuring the Kenny Endo Taiko Ensembles of Tokyo and Honolulu
Includes “Jugoya,” “Winds of Change,” “Forest Festival” and more
Taiko, bamboo flutes, vibraphones, east Indian bansuri flute, Latin, Japanese, and world percussion, Japanese classical drums and voice patterns

U.S. destinations:

$18.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$20.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)





Hibiki (1998)
Featuring the Kenny Endo Taiko Ensemble of Tokyo
Includes “Swing, Soul, and Sincerity,” “Sunflower,” “Spirit of Rice” and more
Taiko, bamboo flutes, 17-string bass koto, east Indian bansuri flute, Latin, Japanese, and world percussion, Japanese classical drums and voice patterns

U.S. destinations:

$18.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$20.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)





Eternal Energy (1994)
Featuring the Kenny Endo Taiko Ensemble of Tokyo
Includes “Spirit Sounds,” “Umi” and more
Taiko, bamboo flutes, 17-string bass koto, Latin, Japanese, and world percussion, Japanese classical drums and voice patterns

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$18.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$20.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)





spirit of taiko dvd

The Spirit of Taiko (2006)
Traces the development of taiko through the eyes of three generations of artists, bringing this bold and dramatic music alive:  Seiichi Tanaka, the grand master credited with establishing the first kumi-daiko (taiko group) in the US; his protégé, Kenny Endo who went on to become the first non-Japanese national to receive a natori (stage name) in Japanese classical drumming, and Masato Baba, a promising taiko drummer raised on the art form.   The Spirit of Taiko chronicles the history of taiko in the U.S. from its roots in Japan to its expanding popularity in the U.S.  Includes interviews with Seiichi Tanaka, Kenny Endo, Masato Baba, PJ Hirabayashi, members of Kinnara Taiko, Tiffany Tamaribuchi, Russel Baba and Jeanne Aiko Mercer, Mark Miyoshi and many others.  Bonus material includes interviews and performances not seen on the television broadcast.

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$29.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$32.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)





Kenny Endo Signature Bachi (taiko sticks)

Japanese white oak (kashi) bachi with Kenny Endo insignia in gold

16″ long, 15/16″ diameter

U.S. destinations:

$35.00/pair

(includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$40.00/pair

(includes tax, shipping & handling)




 

Shime Bachi (taiko sticks)

Japanese ho or hinoki (cypress) shime bachi sticks.

Ho and Hinoki: 11/16″ x 12 9/16″

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$20.00 Ho Shime Bachi

(includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$24.00/pair

(includes tax, shipping & handling)




U.S. destinations:

$24.00 Hinoki Shime Bachi

(includes tax, shipping & handling)




International destinations:

$28.00/pair

(includes tax, shipping & handling)





Taiko Charms

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$25.00 (includes tax, shipping & handling)