Toshima Summer Arts Festival
An art festival where everyone from 0 years old to adults can join.
There awaits interesting people, unfamiliar scenery, and unusual physical movements here and there in Toshima-ku.
You’ll encounter feelings you’ve never felt before! Let’s enjoy an artistic summer with your friends and family!
with English subtitles and non-verbal programs
Toshima Summer Arts Festival
Toshima Summer Arts Festival

Let's listen to and dance to Caribbean music!

Caribbean Music Concert | 2022

A concert with steel pan from the Caribbean island of Trinidad and Tobago, and other percussion instruments. From popular children’s tunes to Caribbean sounds, this program provides a new encounter with music. There will also be a small dance workshop. Feel the summer Caribbean vibe!


Izopon (Percussion), IZAWA Yoichi (Steel Pan), TAKEUCHI Kazutake(Keyboard), Ikumi (Dance)

Date; August 13 (Sat) (1)11:00-12:00 / (2)14:00-15:00

Opening hour; 30 minutes before

Suitable for; Ages 0 and up

From 3 years old to high school students…¥500
Adults (ages 18 and up) …¥1,000

*Free for children under 2 years old when watching on their parents’ knees. Child rates if seats are required


Toshima Civic Center

Booking & Information

Reservation; Reservation required
*starts at July 5 (Tue), 2022 10:00

Toshima ticket center

TEL 0570-056-777(10:00-17:00)

Toshima Civic Center 1st floor 1-20-10 Higashiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
(10:00-19:00) *we may be temporarily closed.

Contacts; Toshima Mirai Cultural Foundation Planning Department
TEL 03-3590-7118

Artist info

Izpon is active as a percussionist, producer and DJ in various groups and sessions, such as “El Tempo” by Kavka Shishido, Chinza Dopeness & Doping Band, Orquesta Nudge! Nudge!, Izfono, etc.

IZAWA Yoichi
Yoichi has formed “WAIWAI STEEL BAND” and released three albums. He performs live throughout Japan and at various music festivals. He expresses himself in his own unique style, as units with various instruments, as a solo performer, as Steel Pan Band, and so on.

Kazutake is the central figure of HIPHOP BAND “SUIKA” and “A Hundred Birds,” a large HOUSE (music) orchestra with over 30 members. A Keyboard Player / Producer who goes back and forth between HOUSE and HIPHOP worlds.

Ikumi acquired various dance styles with HIPHOP as a base. Active as a dancer in the media and instructor, as she still struggles in search of a new groove. In recent years, she has been expanding her field by forming a fusion team of Latin and street dance.