Kamishibai ("paper theatre") is a time-honoured Japanese theatrical art that gave rise to the modern pop culture phenomena of manga and anime. Originally a form of children's street entertainment threatened with extinction by the 20th century onslaught of TV and computer games, it is undergoing a revival in its homeland. Right here in Adelaide a folklore expert has made it his mission to develop kamishibai for cross-cultural audiences of all ages.
When and Where
Sunday 10 February from Sunday, 2019 from 11:30-12:30
入場料：大人５ドル（大人同伴12歳未満のお子さんは無料）は教会が行うチャリティー事業 Community Aidの基金にあてられます。
Arts by the Sea is proud to host Munetaka Umehara who will present a whimsical tale spun from the real-life adventures of a man who wished to sail around the world on his own vessel. This charming chronicle will be told from the unusual perspective of a little bird who first sees the man building a yacht in his backyard. With original handcrafted scenery and live music performed on traditional instruments, this unique recital contains many layers that will enchant viewers of all ages and offer an authentic glimpse into another culture across the seas.