Landmark Plaza B1F, 2-2-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama 220-001

Date (UTC+9)

12.18 Sun 18:00 - 19:00



Professional   ¥2,500

Reservation audience ¥2,500

Audience ¥3,000

High school students and younger   ¥2,000

She occasionally tells me stories about her elementary school days. Her stories about her family, half happy memories and half sadness, seem to lead straight to the way she lives her life today. Family is a set of inevitability. We seek inevitability, but we try to escape it.


Dancer/Artist. Her theme is "to question love, peace, and equality. She creates her works inspired by the motifs of "breakfast" and "morning time," and represents her inexpressible feelings through the body. She has been dancing since her childhood, and her roots are street dance and HIP HOP dance, and she is always in search of a new HIP HOP style, linking love, peace, and equality with her way of life and attitude.
Kai Maetani

Kai Maetani

He creates works mainly using photography as a method of transforming and confirming his own actions. His works are based on the idea of "the city," "nature," and "other people." While checking his own position in relation to situations that arise from time to time, records them through photographs, videos, and his body. He attempts to share a new kind of experience that is both personal and open.