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Osaki Rakuza Project ‘Make music from recycled waste’

This workshop using recyclable trash to make musical instruments began as part of a new community initiative set up
by community building organization NEIGHBOR’S MEETING, NEWSED PROJECT,
Mitsui Fudosan Residential and SUUMO to revitalize the community. Mothers,
fathers and children living in Osaki came together helping to create a vibrant city that is loved by all.
Eight different instruments were made through four workshops.

Workshop 1: Mayonnaise lid and plastic container ocarina
Workshop 2: Bottle crown tambourine and PET drum
Workshop 3: Milk pack flute and steel can xylophone
Workshop 4: Bottle crown castanet and bottle cap bell

Instruments were made from recyclable trash, and participants enjoyed playing them on the spot.
A great time was had by all as people danced and juggled to the music of recycled waste instruments.

■ Dates:
・Workshop 1: Mayonnaise lid and plastic container ocarina – January 19, 2013 (Sat)
・Workshop 2: Bottle crown tambourine and PET drum – January 26, 2013 (Sat)
・Workshop 3: Milk pack flute and steel can xylophone– February 2, 2013 (Sat)
・Workshop 4: Bottle crown castanet and bottle cap bell – February 23, 2013 (Sat)

■ Venue : Shinagawa Ward Hino Gakuen School

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Mitsui Fudosan Residential

Mitsui Fudosan Residential :http://www.mfr.co.jp/
The ‘Waku Waku Water Front’ campaign is part of Mitsui Fudosan Residential’s drive to promote the charm of
Tokyo waterfront properties to a wider audience. The campaign which coincides with the renewal of
‘Urban Dock LaLaport Toyosu’ will last around six months until March 31, 2013, focusing on the Toyosu / Shinonome area.

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NEIGHBOR’S MEETING :http://ne-me.net

Creating spiritually rich communities by giving new forms to traditional Japanese neighborhood customs such as
‘sharing’ and ‘hosting’. Through searching for ideal human interaction and community structure,
we aim to create methods and community structures that allow us to live richer lives.

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Shuta Hasunuma

Shuta Hasunuma :http://www.shutahasunuma.com

Born 1983 in Tokyo. Research scholar at Tokyo University of the Arts School of Film and New Media.
Shuta Hasunuma has released numerous recordings through local and international labels including original albums
‘Self Titled’ (2006), ‘OK Bamboo’ (2007) and ‘POP OOGA’ (2009). His latest release is the four CD set ‘CC 00 / Shi Shi Uu’
(UNKNOWNMIX/HEADZ) released on New Year’s Day 2012. He has produced numerous music related projects such as ‘Music Today’,
‘Have a go at flying from music’, ‘Wind and Windows’, and ‘Download Nine Tracks’. He produced musically oriented art works for a solo show called ‘have a go at flying from music part 3’ at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo in December 2012. His music group ‘Hasunuma Shuta Team / Phil’ has performed at SummerSonic, Harajuku Performance+, SonarSound Tokyo, Sense of Wonder, Spectacle in the Farm, Singapore Mosaic Music Festival, and other major festivals and events. He has also produced tracks for numerous big name commercials including UNIQLO, Sony, and Honda. Collaborations with top actors in various fields include music for the ‘Ikemura Reiko Utsuri Yuku Mono’ exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, stage music for performance company ‘Faifai’, music for the collection show of fashion brand ‘THEATRE PRODUCTS’, a movie co-directed with Natsuki Seta, and planning a new stage at Kanagawa Arts Theatre for the TPAM performing arts meet.

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Junya Sakumoto

Junya Sakumoto : http://www.sakumotto.jp
Born in 1975. Junya Sakumoto worked at an interior shop following graduation from Tama Art University Faculty of Art and Design and Setsu Mode Seminar before joining TRICO INTERNATIONAL in 2005. He went solo in 2009, founding his own company ‘sakumotto’. His work includes art and design direction, independent curation, project development, sales, wholesale, product MD and PR, etc. He manages gallery and shop ‘sakumotto’, ‘sakumotto store online’, and ‘HAPPA Gallery’.