February 7th, 2016
HAPPY LUNAR YEAR of the MONKEY!
GUNG HAY FAT CHOY!
Looking forward to Continuing the 40th Celebration!
Hope to see you somewhere along the way!
March 2 Big Island of Hawaii
March 5 Los Angeles
March 8-9 Amherst College, CT
March 10 Albany, NY
March 13-14 Easton, PA
March 18 Washington DC
March 22 Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
March 24 Pittsburgh, PA
March 28 Slippery Rock, PA
March 31 Portsmouth, OH
April 2-3 Oberlin, OH
April 5 Ft Wayne, IN
April 7 Urbania, IL
April 9-12 San Antonio, TX
April 16-17 Houston, TX
January 7th, 2016
Wishing you a Happy, Healthy, and Prosperous New Year!
May there be PEACE in the world!
December 17th, 2015
New, improved Makapuu lookout features greet First Day Hikers
By Web Staff Published: December 15, 2015, 10:31 am
When several hundred early-risers make the two-mile round-trip hike to the Makapuu Lookout in the Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline on New Years Day in 2016, they’ll be greeted with a variety of improvements to the park.
Over the past year, the DLNR Division of State Parks has resurfaced the paved road/walking path to the top of one of Oahu’s most iconic scenic viewpoints.In addition, multiple new lookouts were installed and the two top-most lookouts have been totally improved to include new protective fencing and a paved trail and steps between the two.
“If people haven’t had a chance to experience Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline and the Makapu’u Lookout path in the past few months, New Year’s Day is a perfect opportunity to do so. In my view this is one of the most unique First Day Hikes in the country,” State Parks Administrator Curt Cottrell said.
First Day Hikes, are organized by state park systems in all 50 states. Hawaii’s Makapuu hike is believed to attract among the largest, if not the largest, crowd for a First Day Hike, anywhere. It is distinctly Hawaii both visually and culturally. The easy walk for people of all experience levels, including those using strollers, ends with spectacular sunrise views stretching from Diamond Head to Kailua and beyond. On a clear day people are rewarded with stunning views of the Neighbor Islands of Molokai, Lanai and Maui and typically are able to see humpback whales breaching this time of the year.
DLNR’s State Parks Division makes the Hawaii First Day Hike extra special with a native Hawaiian blessing (oli), a pu greeting and Taiko drumming provided by the Taiko Center of the Pacific.
December 12th, 2015
BEST WISHES to ALL for a HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON!
PEACE on EARTH!!!
November 21st, 2015
Kenny Endo’s 40th Anniversary Celebration Concert Tour
Last performance for the Fall 2015 Tour is
8 pm Saturday, November 21
Soka Performing Arts Center in Aliso Viejo
1 University Drive, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
Tickets: $39–$29 949-480-4278
The 40th Anniversary Celebration Concert Tour resumes in 2016
to such places as Kahilu Theatre (Big Island of Hawaii), Japan America/Aratani Theatre (Los Angeles), Connecticut, Massachusetts,
New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, Illinois, and more….
October 23rd, 2015
Jazz Club “SOMEDAY” in Shinjuku! Cool!
◎ケニー遠藤 ／ 太鼓
◎仙波清彦 ／ 太鼓、ドラムセット、パーカッション
◎高橋香織 ／ エレクトリックヴァイオリン
◎浜田 均 ／ ビブラフォン、パーカッション
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< チケット予約・お問い合わせ >
松田 愛 まで
– Kenny Endo / Taiko
– Kiyohiko Senba / Taiko, Drumset, Percussion
– Kaori Takahashi / Electronic Violin
– Hitoshi Hamada / Vibes, Percussion
< Prices >
5,000 yen per person
(at the door = 5,500 yen )
*** 1 Drink included ***
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Ai Matsuda / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
October 23rd, 2015
Kenny Endo, Hitoshi Hamada (vibraphone), Kaoru Watanabe (bamboo flute) continue the Celebration Fall 2015!
Performances in Kent, WA; Portland; OR, Dunsmuir, CA; Folsom, CA; Tokyo; Santa Fe, NM; Albuquerque, NM; Grass Valley, AZ; and Aliso Viejo, CA
For details, our calendar page!
August 24th, 2015
October 10, 2015, 7pm
1130 Bethel Street, Honolulu
Any questions, please contact: email@example.com
SPECIAL packages available with Tax-deductible donations to Taiko Arts Center. (Before 10/8)
August 13th, 2015
Kenny Endo – 2015 Nisei Week Parade Marshall!!!
Sunday August 16 5:30 pm
Nisei Week Grand Parade, Little Tokyo
If you are planning to visit Little Tokyo, visit Miles Endo’s public work of art dedicated to pioneer and social activist Sei Fujii. Former publisher of the Kashu Mainichi who was instrumental in overturning the Asian Land Law.
Location: 2nd Street entrance to Japanese Village Plaza in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles
August 3rd, 2015
“Develop a fun Midare Taiko Solo”
Aug 10 (Monday) 5-7pm $35
“Movement for Taiko Drumming”
Aug 11 (Tuesday) 7-9pm $35
Click here for more workshops information; or
Summer Session II (4 weeks) is starting on Aug 4, 2015. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for registration! or click here for more information.