support our performers who helped us out this year!

Support Kyle Abbott from Bachido
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In 2011, Kyle founded Bachido, an online community for shamisen enthusiasts. With over 3,000 members worldwide, beginners and professional players can unite together to connect, learn, and inspire each other.
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Support Yoshi Amao from Samurai Sword Soul
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Samurai Sword Soul (SSS) is a samurai theater company founded by Yoshi Amao in 2003. Since then, Samurai Sword Soul’s numerous performances: an engaging mix of comedy routines, humanistic-theme drama, and thrilling sword fights, have been attracting a wide range of audiences in New York.
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Support Eri Saikawa from Emory University
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Eri Saikawa is an associate professor at Emory Uni., in the Department of Environmental Sciences & jointly appointed in the Gangarosa Department of Environmental Health at the Rollins School of Public Health. She is working to create a new center called Resilience and Sustainability Collaboratory.
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Support Mariko Iwasa
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Mariko Iwasa is an Award-winning NY-based clown and physical comedian. She spent 4 years delighting crowds nationwide as a clown for the world-renowned Ringling Brothers Circus. She continues to perform in theater, orchestra, music live, and children’s events both in New York & Tokyo.
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Support the Japanese Folk Dance Institute of NY
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The institute was formed by Momo Suzuki in 1992, with the purpose to research, promote, and keep alive interest in the traditional folk dances of Japan. Their primary function is the performing, teaching, and preserving of those authentic dances, performed by the ordinary working people of Japan.
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Support Shirley Susilo, Manga Artist & JapanFest Graphic Designer
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Please support Shirley Susilo, our 2020 JapanFest Graphic Designer. She graduated with a B.F.A. degree in Communication Design from Parsons School of Design in New York City and has more than ten years of experience in illustration and sequential art.
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