Ryōen Jin Taiko

Why not practice taiko drumming surrounded by nature at the Chūgūsha building of Iimori Shrine? The quiet atmosphere unique to the shrine and the sound of the taiko drums will help you forget the hustle and bustle of daily life and refresh your mind and body. Recommended for those who want to feel refreshed.

Experience the unique tones and resonance of Japanese drums

The wadaiko is one of the most famous Japanese percussion instruments. Its unique sound is so powerful that it transmits vibrations throughout the body. Enjoy Japanese culture by immersing yourself in the world of taiko, a traditional percussion instrument.

A spontaneous performance in the plaza of the shrine!

The practice area is the open space next to the Chūgūsha building of the Iimori Shrine. Playing taiko drums in the clean natural air will refresh your body and spirit. Have fun while learning etiquette and how to handle tools and equipment!

Children are welcome to join the program.

The photo shows scenes from the drumming experience. The children are taking it very seriously. You can learn drumming and other aspects of Japanese culture.

So overwhelming! Feel the charm of unique Japanese sounds.

The sense of unity you feel when you play drumming with others is exceptional! The sounds and resonance of percussion instruments and the power unique to taiko create a sense of unity.

The charm of taiko is that anyone can enjoy it.

No matter if you are new to taiko, physically challenged, elderly, or a child, you can enjoy playing the wadaiko drum. Try it for yourself.


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You can hit taiko drums at an authentic Japanese shrine surrounded by nature.
1-12-21 Ozasa, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City 810-0033
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Capacity and number of seats
5 persons
Maximum number of people for one group
Maximum number of people for one group 5
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