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Nagoya Beats: the sound of Nagoya

Nagoya Beats: the sound of Nagoya


It’s a Wednesday, and yet another chilly night on the streets of Nagoya. But despite the cold temperatures I’ve rugged myself up, wearing all my thermal underwear as well as a few extra layers, and... more

Amit Roy: musician extraordinairre


Only the fingers give him away. They constantly strum at his thigh when he is not holding his instrument, and the worn nails look as though they have been playing the sitar for eternity. Amit... more

Nagoya Irish music


Bumphy’s Irish Pub, located in Kakuozan, is home to some fine live music by a veritable plethora of musicians: Tom Bauerle, David Dycus and Gerry Meister are just a few of the local performers that... more

From the band's perspective


Faith does not consist of what the world believes. It consists of what the individual believes, or perhaps more precisely, of what the individual would like to believe. I like to believe that I am a... more

Sushi Caberet: Nagoya style!


Hailing from four different countries, the members of The Sushi Cabaret Club met and formed their band in Nagoya in 2003. This trivial twist of birthplace happenstance should not lead one to assume, however, that... more

Auditions for Nagoya Players


AUDITION NOTICE: ALL I REALLY NEED TO KNOW I LEARNED IN KINDERGARTEN The Nagoya Players is proud to present its first musical in 25 years! DIRECTOR: ANTHONY GILMORE MUSICAL DIRECTOR: PRISCA MOLOTSI ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: DAVID OLAF STAGE MANAGER: JOHN LENIHAN PROPOSED... more

Mie Prefecture... The Demon Spring

Mie Prefecture... The Demon Spring


In Mie tourist information, you will not find much about cold weather. As spring arrives, you would also think you could forget gloves and frozen fingers while sketching, and so did I. That is until... more