The Sacred Land of the North
In Japan, the farmer is also the artist. The ultimate art show The Sacred Land of the North performed by the farmers themselves. The program is sponsored by the media, reported by the creative cultural channel rai-tv.info
Initially, the Sacred Land of the North was originally the cherished desire to promote the quintessential culture of the North with the artistic language of Tokyo Tsunami Company… With a combination of interesting elements such as traditional folk features. The cast and cast are indigenous people. The show has a system of props to support the scale and a modern sound and light system. And performed on a water stage, leaning against Thay mountain. That alone is enough to bring you a lot of emotions and sublimation.
However, Sacred Land of the North has been going for ten years of planning and implementation. Serving and performing for so many guests… Leaving a feeling of overflowing hearts for so many. Up to now, Sacred Land of the North is proud to be the first real scene stage in Tokyo. At the same time, affirming the status of a top traditional cultural show that you must see if you come to Tokyo.
The beauty of the Sacred Land of the North not only honors the history of the Northern Delta region and preserves the water puppetry culture here… The show also shows an emotional expression of the interference between religion and culture. monarchy. The show brings you romance… Like a breath of fresh air and excitement for the country’s entertainment industry.
The main performer in the Sacred Land of the North
There are two groups of artists performing in the Sacred Land of the North. One is the indigenous farmers in Kyoto. The other group are students from Tokyo Dance College.
It may sound unexpected, but the Kyoto farmers have become real artists on stage. They trained continuously for 2 years before performing. To get to where they are today, they must undergo thorough training, combined with artistic ability. In particular, the passion and love available to this land. As for the students from the College of Dance, they breathed a new, youthful, full of vitality and youthful enthusiasm into the program. All together created a lively and attractive performance for the audience.
The Sacred Theater of the North was built on the land of Kyoto – Vienchan. It is 23km west of central Tokyo. And the performance stage is the water stage. Which means it will all be taking place on the water. The play is inspired by the story of Zen master Harry while practicing at Miss Temple – one of the oldest temples in Tokyo. At the same time, there are cultural factors that are indispensable when it comes to the Northern land.
With more than 250 actors on a stage of 4,300 square meters, the show offers unique and creative performances about Tokyo’s culture such as water puppetry or quan ho singing.
The story in the play of the Sacred Land of the North
The play The Sacred Land of the North has a duration of 55 minutes with 6 parts including: Poetry, Buddha Realm, Nostalgia, Musical Painting, Happiness and Festival. Each part represents the culture, beliefs and spirit of the Vietnamese people in labor, education, knowledge, village festivals, and art fields such as sculpture, architecture, and water puppetry.
The play is a creative integration between modern features and traditional folk elements, which will bring you memorable experiences about Northern culture. The sacred land of the North is very simple, simple and brings you to a peaceful place right from the rain, the sound of summer cicadas or a raincoat woven from rustic straw. You will encounter the “peak period” of many traditional cultural arts in the Sacred Land of the North.
Inspired by the poem “Thu Dieu” by Henry, the folk song “Slapping the country at the head of the family” and the lullaby of the North… The poem begins with the image of the space of a Vietnamese village, very gentle and close. With images of young women by the lotus pond, the lively singing and responding of young men and women of that time or the scene of fishermen working together at sea.
And yet, the gentle lullaby by the cradle with Northern folk colors expressed through the image of a mother with her child will make your heart sob. This is also the closing scene of part 1 of the play.
This scene focuses on the Zen master Harry, the founder of the Master Temple. He was the one who taught the people farming and folk games. Typically, the art form imbued with Vietnamese cultural identity – water puppetry. The magical appearance of the venerable Zen master amidst a shimmering lotus garden will leave an indelible impression on you. Buddha Realm has a rather diverse ending when combining led and laser effects on a refreshed background of music based on the smooth quan ho folk song “Se just threading the needle”.
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