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[Events & Workshops]




On the occasion of ECHO, related events and workshops will be held. We aim to provide opportunities to experience cultural and artistic expression by creating sites where people can experience learning and thinking through exchanges with creative people active in Japan and abroad.





Craft Vinegar Making Workshop   

■Date:  Wednesday, August 3 and Thursday, August 18, 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.    

■Venue: Iio Brewery (373 Odashukuno, Miyazu City)    

■Contents: Making craft vinegar with fruits from Tango, brewery tour and tasting    

■Capacity:  8 people (advance booking required)    

■Fee: ¥4,500 (includes materials and shipping to your home)  




Gagaku Workshop    

■Date: Saturday, July 23, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.   

■Venue: Miya Public Hall (236 Miya, Tango Town, Kyotango City)    

■Contents: Special workshop by Tennojigakuso Garyokai     

■Target: Elementary school students and older    

■Capacity: 8 people (advance booking required)   

■Fee: Free for TOMORROW FIELD Members, elementary to high school students, and Miya residents (click here to apply), General ¥1,500     




Let’s go to the field! – Harvesting Organic Vegetables   


■Date:  Saturday, July 23, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.   

■Venue: Organic Cafe Tentoumushi Batake (441 Kurobe, Yasaka-cho, Kyotango City)    

■Contents: Harvest and grilling organic vegetables  

■Capacity: 15 people (advance booking required)  

■Fee: ¥4,900 (includes harvesting and lunch), free for middle school students or younger  




Go for Kogei & ECHO – TOMORROW FIELD Collaborative Program    

Dialogue on Climate and Art: Yuji Akimoto and Kayo Tokuda

■Date: Sunday, June 5, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.   

■Live streaming: Instagram (@tomorrow_field)   

■Contents: Yuji Akimoto, the general supervisor of "Go for Kogei," which will be held in Ishikawa, Toyama, and Fukui from September 2022, will visit Tango and hold a live talk on the theme of "climate and art" with TOMORROW Director Kayo Tokuda.    


ECHO pre-event lecture  

Ryue Nishizawa – Introducing his works     


■Date: Saturday, June 25, 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.    

■Venue: Taiza Studio (2854 Taiza, Tango Town, Kyotango City)    

■Lecturer: Ryue Nishizawa    

■Contents: Lecture by architect Ryue Nishizawa, a proponent of future food venues through his work on the “Food Festival" venue, will introduce his recent architecture works.    

■Capacity: 8 people (advance booking required)    

■Admission: Free for TOMORROW FIELD Members, General ¥2,500   



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