Kodo Odaiko. In Japanese, the word "kodo" means both "heartbeat" and "children of the drum," qualities the percussionists embody as they strive to preserve and reinterpret traditional Japanese performing arts. The drummers of Kodo use the ancient taiko drum as the foundation for a collaboration of dance, vocals and other regionally significant instruments while conveying a message of cultural acceptance.
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Interior of traditional Japanese farmhouse. Photography by yumi on Flickr. Source: Flickr / bagdadcafe.
寺井一佑 Noh Mask, Japan
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