Art & Design

Concert: Koto Performance by ENOKIDO Fuyuki

5 December 2018, London

This winter, enjoy a seasonal koto concert by acclaimed koto performer ENOKIDO Fuyuki at Japan House London.

One of the most recognisable and evocative sounds of Japan, the koto is a Japanese stringed instrument made from paulownia wood with a rich musical history. First introduced in Japan in the 7th Century CE, originating from the Chinese zheng, the koto became a popular instrument in aristocratic circles and a mainstay of Japanese court life. Over the years, styles of koto playing have evolved, with performers today playing both classical and contemporary pieces. The koto typically has 13 strings tied over 13 moveable bridges which are plucked using three finger picks


Booking Essential; Admission Free

*Please note that there are only limited places, so booking will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

Wednesday 5 December 2018
Lunchtime Concert: 13:15-13:45

Evening Concert: 18:30-19:30 followed by a drinks reception

The Hall at Japan House London, 101-111 Kensington High Street, London, W8 5SA


Japan House London