Tomomi Tada, Satsuma Biwa, Kaede Kimonos, Mar Creation, NYC, Japan, kimono, biwa, music, concert, yukata

An Evening with Tomomi Tada—Sound of Satsuma Biwa

An Evening with Tomomi Tada—Sound of Satsuma Biwa

Friday, August 9 from 7:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.

Kaede Kimonos – 246 W. 38th Street, #1102 (between 7th and 8th Avenues)

Admission: Free. Suggested Donation: $10 (Payable at the door)

Start your weekend with the sound of the Satsuma Biwa in this concert presented by Mar Creation and Kaede Kimonos.

Tomomi Tada is a voice actress and a narrator from Japan. She began her career as a teenager while studying under well known Japanese voice actor Toru Ohira. Tada’s numerous projects include movies as well as commercials for radio and TV, and she is active as an anime singer.

The multi-talented artist also plays the Satsuma Biwa, a Japanese harp-like musical instrument. After learning from Shusui Tanakai, she has performed onstage with Satsuma Biwa and narration.

To register for this special evening of entertainment, please visit the Eventbrite page.

Kaede Kimonos is a fashion consultancy dealing with Japanese kimonos in New York. The organization sells, rents, and dresses people in kimono and offers photo shoots. Kaede holds events related to Japanese culture and classes about how to wear the official garment of Japan. For more information about Kaede Kimonos, please visit their website.