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True Colors JAZZ

True Colors JAZZ The Extra-Ordinary Meets the World Directed by Takashi Matsunaga – ACCESS (Tokyo)

Access from JR Yamanote Line Meguro Station West Exit

  • 1. Exit central ticket gates at JR Yamanote Line Meguro Station and go left towards West Exit.

  • 2. Climb stairs, then turn right at the bus stop for Shimizu destination bus.

  • 3. With the bus stop on your left, follow the yellow pavement blocks for visually impaired.

  • 4. When you arrive at the junction with the alert pavement block, cross the traffic light with push-button sound signal and continue straight.

  • 5. After crossing, cross the street on your left (yellow pavement blocks for visually impaired will not continue up to the street crossing).

  • 6. With the street crossing on your back, walk through Gonnosukezaka Shotengai for about 1 minute and continue towards Hotel Leon.

  • 7. When you arrive, turn right at the first large pillar.

  • 8. Go down the wide stairs and continue on the right side towards the partition.

  • 9. At the end of the stairs you will see the entrance to BLUES ALLEY JAPAN on your right side.

Access without stairs from JR Yamanote Line Meguro Station

  • 1. Take the elevator near the sixth car of the train on the JR Yamanote Line Meguro station platform to the first floor ticket gates.

  • 2. After alighting the elevator make a 180-degree U-turn at the pillar and exit the central ticket gates.

  • 3. Exit central ticket gates and go left towards East Exit.

  • 4. Without exiting the station, go towards the automatic doors of Atré on the right side.

  • 5. Enter the automatic door on the right.

  • 6. With the bakery on your right side, go through a narrow path and exit the building.

  • 7. Go down the slope with the alert pavement blocks in front.

  • 8. After going down the slope, turn right at the police box.

  • 9. Continue until you arrive at a junction.

  • 10. Turn right at the junction.

  • 11. With Meguro station on the right side, go straight following the yellow pavement blocks for visually impaired.

  • 12. With the bus station on your left, continue straight.

  • 13. When you arrive at the junction, cross the traffic light with push-button sound signal and continue straight.

  • 14. After crossing, cross the street on your left.

  • 15. With the street crossing on your back go through Gonnosukezaka Shotengai, which is a slight downhill, for about 1 minute and continue towards Hotel Leon.

  • 16. When you arrive, turn right after the first large pillar toward the hotel entrance.

  • 17. Go down the slope and turn right.

  • 18. With the sign of the hotel on your left, go along the wall.

  • 19. Go straight and enter the hotel. Inside there will be an elevator.

  • 20. Enter through the automatic door on the left.

  • 21. At the front desk, turn left.

  • 22. Turn left.

  • 23. At the end of the path turn right.

  • 24. At the end of the path on the right side there will be an elevator. Take the elevator down to B1F where the entrance to the venue will be.

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True Colors Festival

TCF is a long-running international festival of performing arts. We celebrate diversity and inclusion, and embrace the fact that we are One World, One Family. We choose the arts as our platform, for its power to move, inspire and heal.

As a festival, TCF brings people together to generate exchanges, innovation and creativity; and transform the way we relate to each other.

Presented by The Nippon Foundation, TCF brings diverse artists and audiences together through concerts, documentaries, music videos, film screenings, children's programs, musicals, workshops and other activities. Since 2006, festivals have been organized in Southeast Asia and Japan, with more than 1,200 artists from more than 30 countries connecting with a global audience in more than 80 countries.

TCF invites you to journey with us, to enjoy, experience, share and spread our consciousness of being One World, One Family.

My identity is simply “Kano-Ken”

Dancer / True Colors MUSICAL performer

Ken Kanokozawa

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