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

Petit Live Concert for parents and children!

Relaxed Field Live Concert by tricolor | 2022

A trio band based on Celtic and Irish music. Your mind and body will start to dance by their sounds and rhythms played on fiddle, accordion, guitar!


Artist; tricolor (Celtic and Irish Music Band)
NAKAFUJI Yuka (Fiddle, Concertina), NAGAO Koji (Guitar, Mandola), NAKAMUEA Hirofumi (Accordion, Bouzouki, Piano)

Date; August 21 (Sun) (1)11:00-11:50 / (2)16:00-17:00

Suitable for; Ages 0 to elementary school and their families

(1) 1 pair (1 child and 1 adult) …¥500
*Additional ¥200 per additional family *Free for additional families under 1 year old

Capacity; (1)15 pairs / (2)None
What to bring; (2) Bringing a rug or mat is recommended.


Zoshigaya Park
(1) Hilltop Terrace Meeting Room
(2)Outdoor lawn space

*(2) In case of rain, change to the Meeting Room.

Booking & Information

(1)Reservation required/First-come basis

*starts at July 14 (Thu), 2022 17:00

Contacts; NPO Children Meet Artists
TEL 03-5906-5705 / 070-6474-5838 (on the day of the event)

Artist info

A three-piece band formed in 2009. Based on Celtic music, especially Irish music, the band performs a mixture of original music, valuing each of the three members’ musical encounters and individuality.
The band has released seven albums to date. The latest is KINEN (P-VINE, Inc.), produced on the occasion of the band’s 10th anniversary.
The band’s contribution in the music for the TV drama series ‘MASSAN’ and the historical drama TV series “SEGODON” attracted a lot of attention. They also provides and performs music on NHK Educational TV “Shakiin!”