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True Colors MUSICAL

True Colors MUSICAL “HONK! by Phamaly ” – ACCESS(JR Ikebukuro Central Gate1 Access Route)

For people with visual impairments

Access Route Without Stairs/ For Wheelchair Users

JR Ikebukuro Central Gate1 Access Route
For people with visual impairments

Photos from the station to the venue.

  • 1. Exit “Central Gate 1” and turn right toward “East Exit”.

  • 2. With your back to”Central Gate1,”head straight ahead,then turn right toward”East Exit”(N/Cntrl/S)
    (Pass one of the yellow pavement blocks for visually impaired that are aligned horizontally, then turn right along the second block).

  • 3. Continue straight, passing “Central Gate 2” on your left and the
    Marunouchi Line on your right side.

  • 4. At the signage that says “East Exit (N)” turn left as the arrow shown on the sign (the yellow pavement blocks that you have followed will branch to both left and right. Turn left).

  • 5. Continue straight along the yellow pavement blocks for visually impaired.

  • 6. When you reach the owl statue (Ikefukuro) go up the stairs on your right side (if you turn on the second alert block while you are following the yellow pavement blocks, you will reach the stairs).

  • 7. After climbing the stairs go along the yellow pavement blocks for visually impaired and exit the station.

  • 8. With the station on your back, cross the street at the pedestrian traffic signal. There is a middle part that divides the crossing into two sections each with a traffic signal.

  • 9. After crossing the first signal, go along the yellow pavement blocks for visually impaired. This will take you to the second signal. Proceed to cross.

  • 10. After crossing, proceed to the left side along the drugstore “Sun Drug” (If you are following the yellow pavement blocks for visually impaired, turn left on the first alert block then turn right on the second).

  • 11. Proceed straight along the yellow pavement blocks for visually impaired.

  • 12. Continue straight with Kurosawa Gakki Ikebukuro on the right side.

  • 13. Pass Kurosawa Gakki Honkan on the right side that is two stores.

  • 14. Cross the pedestrian crosswalk with no traffic signals toward“Sumitomo Ikebukuromae Building.”

  • 15. Continue straight with “Café de Crie” on your right.

  • 16. Continue straight and cross a small pedestrian crosswalk with no traffic signals.
    (be aware that the yellow pavement blocks will end ahead).

  • 17. Continue straight with a flower shop on your right.

  • 18. At the next pedestrian crossing turn left and cross a small pedestrian crosswalk with no traffic signals.

  • 19. Continue straight with”ABC Mart”on your left.(no yellow pavement blocks here).

  • 20. Continue straight with ”ANIMATE”on your right.

  • 21. Go straight through the plaza with “Toshima City Center” on the right side.

  • 22. After the plaza, turn right before the first junction. Cross the pedestrian traffic light without the audio signal.

  • 23. There will be the entrance of “Brillia Hall”, the venue for this event in front of you.

  • 24. After entering, there are stairs in the direction of 11 o’clock and an escalator at 2 o’clock. When facing the escalator, the right side goes up and the left side goes down.

  • 25. The 2ndfloor is the lobby. Please talk to one of the staff members there.

Meet The Family: Nahoko Kodama

By True Colors Festival Team

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True Colors Festival 2020/2021

True Colors Festival (TCF) presented by The Nippon Foundation is a series of performing arts events presented across geographies, in celebration of diversity and inclusion as “One World One Family.”

Through festivals since 2006 in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Singapore, and Japan, TCF has presented more than 1,100 performing artists from more than 30 countries and attracted more than 40,000 people.

The re-start of TCF 2020/2021 marks its commitment to tap on the power of the arts to connect artists and audiences in experiences such as music videos, film screenings, children’s programs, musicals, concerts, and workshops.

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