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We are hobbyists helping other hobbyists make taiko drums. Our hope is that by sharing details of our process, other Taiko players can make their own drums and learn from our experiences. We developed this material to share with the Taiko community so that if someone is thinking of making a drum, they can get an overview of what is involved to understand the commitment, costs, and decide...
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Taiko drums company based in Kyoto, Japan. Many Japanese costumes , Japanese musical instruments, and equipments are available here. Taiko Center had everything Willamette Taiko Club needed when we were first rebuilding our collegiate group in Salem, Oregon, and our current members still order from Taiko Center in order to augment their personal and club collection of equipment. We have...
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Just wanted to say I received my drum in good order. I am really blown away and it was well worth the wait..... I was super excited to hear how rich the timbre this drum produces. Our group is super thrilled as well! Our group and more importantly me want to thank you and your team for the work...
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Exquisitely hand-crafted from beginning to end, our nagado daiko will last a lifetime. Nagado Daiko FAQ Nagado Daiko is perhaps the most famous taiko drum. The taiko drum that almost everyone pictures when thinking of Japanese taiko. The nagado drumheads are attached directly to the body using...
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Orlando Taiko Dojo is a Japanese drumming troupe who very actively performs in Central Florida. Orlando Taiko Dojo demonstrates the traditional art of Japanese drums known as "Taiko.". Taiko drums were used in battlefields and have been used in religious ceremonies and. They are subsidiary team...
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Top Taiko Drums Sites (20)
Taiko, a Japanese style of drumming , has a long and rich history. Originating in China, it traveled through many countries and took on various forms, finally settling profoundly in Japan. Here, it was used to call the Gods to alter existing conditions such as warding off pestilence, bringing rain, blessing a harvest or inviting the ancestors to join in celebration of the family. Villages used...
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UnitOne, a professional taiko group based under the umbrella of Japanese taiko drum maker, Asano Taiko U.S., collaborates for the very first time with Miyakejima Geinou Doushikai. Miyakejima Geinou Doushikai (also known as Miyake Taiko) is a group based in Tokyo, Japan, known for performing a traditional style native to the Miyake Island. They have taught this form to the renowned taiko group...
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The music of Searchlights presents a dynamic odyssey. Melancholic guitar lines swell with atmosphere, soft texture gives way to heart stopping bass and propulsive drums --- simple drones evolve into artful grooves. Their unexampled style incorporates ethereal vocals, Japanese taiko and layered soundscapes into compositions that are cinematic and invoke strong emotion. Formed by guitarist Lane...
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Fushu Daiko combines taiko drums & rhythms of Japan with styles such as jazz and rhythm & blues to create an exciting, powerful cross-cultural experience. Since our beginning in 1990, Fushu Daiko has practiced joyously in the pursuit of ever increasing mastery of taiko drumming, understanding, and appreciation in the way of taiko, Japanese culture, and all of life. Fushu Daiko is made up of...
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In 1973, I came to America expecting greater exposure to its music. After 13 years living in San Francisco, I moved to Concord located 30 miles away from San Francisco. I enjoyed playing musical instruments such as the guitar, piano and drums, but was also interested in Japanese Taiko drums. In 1993, I was introduced to San Francisco Taiko Dojo through my friend. I took my son and daughter to...
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San Jose Taiko is an Asian Japanese-American drumming and rhythm artist. Located in San Jose's' Japantown, online concert, matsuri festival, workshops and class schedules available online! Taiko is the Japanese word for drum. In North America, this term is used to describe both the Japanese drum itself and the art form of kumidaiko (ensemble drumming with Japanese drums). - View more upcoming...
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The musical voyage continues as Kurona’s powerful taiko drumming in “Valkyrie” hit the chests of every audience member like a wave crashing onto the ocean shore. The taiko drums have two effects - they raise the energy of the fans while transporting them from the venue onto a samurai battlefield... read more. Shortly after appearing at Anime Central in Chicago, Eir Aoi had her first headliner...
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In many parts of North America, taiko drumming is instrumental in creating and celebrating Asian, Asian-American, and Asian-Canadian communities. Striving to nurture that community in Toronto, in 2012 we mounted the first ever Toronto Taiko Festival to great success. Finally back for the 2017 season, we’ve once again planned an exciting 3-day festival filled with workshops, a concert, and a...
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Since 1987, Burlington Taiko has been mesmerizing audiences with the powerful, spellbinding and propulsive sounds of the Taiko. Burlington Taiko Group estimates it has introduced over half a million people to the power of Taiko via public performances including feature performances at the 100th running of the Boston Marathon, annual performances at Burlington's First Night, the Joseph Campbell...
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Imagine being surrounded by a thunderous rhythm as you watch drummers united in choreographed movement. Imagine being drawn by the energy and spiritually moved by the sheer physical and emotional exertion of the artists as their passionate performance unfolds. Imagine how such a collective effort could reach and influence an audience of any age and cultural background. Consider inviting...
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