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Gamelan Grup di Jepang

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    Sarjana Jepang Kesengsem Gender
    MIKI Orita adalah sarjana lulusan International Christian University, Tokyo, Jepang, jurusan linguistik. Dari Negeri Sakura, wanita 43 tahun itu terbang ke Solo demi mempelajari gender. Ini adalah salah satu alat musik gamelan. 
    
    Lima tahun lamanya Miki mendalami gender di Institut Seni Indonesia (ISI) Solo di Jurusan Pedalangan. Miki tertarik dengan gender karena menurutnya bunyinya sangat lembut. Selain itu, di mata Miki, orang yang bisa memainkan gender adalah orag yang hebat. Itu karena gender termasuk instrumen yang sulit.
    
    ''Di karawitan ada empat jenis instrumen yang membutuhkan keahlian individu dalam memainkannya. Yaitu, rebab, kendang, bonang, dan gender,'' jelasnya. Jadi, keempat instrumen tersebut memiliki tingkat kesulitan lebih tinggi dibanding yang lain. Tapi, justru itu yang menjadi tantangan tersendiri bagi Miki. ''Apalagi, pemain gender perempuan kan jarang,'' lanjut wanita asal Tokyo tersebut.
    
    Niat Miki mendalami musik sebenarnya sudah ada sejak kecil, ketika dia mengenal piano. Tapi, ketika kuliah, dia belajar bahasa. Dia juga sempat bekerja di bank. Dalam perjalanan karirnya di perbankan, Miki mendapat kesempatan berlibur. Itu terjadi ketika pada 1994. Bersama seorang teman, Miki memilih berlibur ke Indonesia. Beberapa tempat dia kunjungi. Salah satunya Candi Borobudur di Jogja. Di sanalah dia kali pertama mendengar suara gamelan. 
    
    ''Waktu dengar, saya langsung suka. Gamelan Jawa itu lebih lembut dibanding gamelan Bali yang iramanya lebih cepat,'' jelasnya. Ketika berada di Solo, Miki bertemu seorang Jepang yang belajar seni di Solo. ''Dia mengatakan kepada saya kalau di Tokyo ada kelompok gamelan Lambang Sari. Katanya saya boleh ikut,'' lanjutnya.
    
    Begitu tiba di Tokyo, Miki langsung mendaftarkan diri menjadi anggota kelompok karawitan Lambang Sari. Dia semakin mencintai gamelan dan semakin ingin ke Indonesia. 
    
    Selama lima tahun, 1997 hingga 2002, Miki mendalami karawitan di ISI Solo. Dua tahun pertama, kata dia, adalah saat yang sulit. Itu karena dia tidak mengerti bahasa Jawa. Belum lagi dia harus memahami budaya Jawa. Tapi, dia berhasil melalui lima tahun dengan baik. Pada 2002 dia kembali ke Tokyo.
    
    Apa yang membuat Miki begitu kuat ingin mendalami budaya Jawa? Bukankah dia sudah memiliki semuanya, pendidikan, juga karir di perbankan? Mendengar pertanyaan itu, Miki tersenyum. ''Saya hanya ingin melakukan apa yang saya ingini. Setelah ayah saya meninggal 17 tahun lalu, saya sadar kalau waktu yang saya miliki terbatas. Karena saya ingin mendalami seni, jadi inilah yang saya lakukan,'' ungkapnya. (jan/kum)
    Waktu ditelusuri lebih Lanjut
    Ternyata di Jepang ada 40 an Grup Gamelan :onegai:
    Ni Listnya

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    Gamelan Groups in JAPAN
    The following list of gamelan ensembles in Japan has been assembled by Tomoko Deguchi and Barbara Benary. It is part of a network of international directories hosted by American Gamelan Institute. Its object is to provide e-mail contacts and links to the ensembles' own websites plus short descriptions in English of the groups' general activities.
    
    Listings are in alphabetical order by prefecture. Most of the groups' websites are in Japanese. Please follow the links to these sites for further details, concert listings or more complete information on group activities.
    
    Our special thanks to Mr. Makoto Torii, whose website Bali Gamelan Club (in Japanese) is a helpful resource with links to a number of groups plus listings of their current performances.
    
    This list was last updated Oct. 24, 2005. Corrections, additions and updates are welcome: contact Barbara Benary in English or Tomoko Deguchi in Japanese.
    
    
    Aichi
    
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Chukyo Women's University Gamelan Group
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact: Junko Kazama
    email:
    Web site:
    Narrative:
    Founded in 2001. Directed by associate professor Junko Kazama. Rehearses on Thursdays. Members are currently only registered students. Non-registered students are also welcome.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Suara Sukma
    Instruments: Balinese
    Repertoire: Gong Kebyar, Gong Luang Saron, Gender Wayang
    Contact: Mr. Katsuhiro Matsui
    email: gongluang@ybb.ne.jp
    Web site: http://www.geocities.jp/suara_sukma/
    Narrative:
    An independent, community based ensemble with members from various generations, teens through 50's. We welcome beginners as well as more advanced players. For updated rehearsal schedule log onto our website (Japanese language only.) If no Japanese is available on your computer, refer to the group representative, Mr. Matsui, by e-mail.
    
    
    Fukuoka
    
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Chikushi Jogakuen University Gamelan Group
    Instruments: Javanese, Balinese
    Repertoire: Traditional; some new pieces
    Contact: Prof. Fumi Tamura
    email: fumitamr@chikushi-u.ac.jp
    Web site:
    Narrative:
    Members are mainly resister students. Rehears once a week. Prof. Fumi Tamura leads the group.
    
    
    Gifu
    
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Sekar Melati
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional, originally composed
    Contact: Ms. Hitomi Ozeki
    5-12-2 Kaminakaya-cho, Kakamigahara City
    Gifu Prefecture 504-0926
    email: m.c.hitomi.o-1212@air.ocn.ne.jp
    Web site:
    Narrative:
    The group representative Hitomi Ozeki studied Gamelan in Jakarta and then founded Sekar Melati in Gifu prefecture in June 2000. Currently this community-based group has 8 members. It has been introducing Javanese traditional music as well as its original compositions to this region at museums, schools, art galleries and various other locations. Mr. Hiroshi Ietaka (Marga Sari, Osaka) also gives instruction regularly.
    
    
    Hyogo
    
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Fuigo Biyori Gakudan
    Instruments:Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional, contemporary
    Contact: Mr. Nobuhisa Shimoda
    C.A.P. 3-19-8 Yamamotodori
    Chuo-ku, Kobe-city, 650-0003
    Tel & Fax: 81-78-230-8707
    email: shimoda@mxr.mesh.ne.jp
    Web site: http://www4.ocn.ne.jp/~mmm/ 
    C.A.P. website: http://www.cap-kobe.com/
    Narrative:
    This ensemble is a part of the art project of the non profit organization "The Conference on Art and Art Projects" (CAP) in Kobe city. Instructions are given by members of Marga Sari (representative Shin Nakagawa, Osaka). Players practice Javanese traditional music as well as compose original pieces. Rehearsals take place in the historical landmark building, the Former Kobe Emigration Center, Friday evenings. Monthly tuition fee is 3,000 yen. New members are welcome.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Surya Metu
    Instruments: Balinese
    Repertoire: Gong Kebyar
    Contact:
    email: uripemade@yahoo.com
    Web site:
    Narrative:
    Surya Metu is a community based group. The instruments' owner is Hyogo University of Teacher Education. This group was begun by the students who had been studied Gamelan music in the open college of the university since 1995. Current members are 11 and are mainly graduates. Rehearsals take place on Sundays on a semi monthly basis. We are invited to perform a couple times a year. If you are interested, come join our rehearsal anytime.
    
    Kanagawa
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Terang Bulan
    Instruments: Balinese Gong Kebyar, Balaganjur, Rindik
    Repertoire: Traditional, contemporary
    Contact: Representative: Motoko Sakurada
    email: onmoto@yk.rim.or.jp
    Web site: http://www.yk.rim.or.jp/~onmoto/tb.html
    Narrative:
    Terang Bulan is a professional group which presents various kinds of Balinese gamelan music and dance. It owns a full set of Gong Kebyar which was purchased by Sakurada in 2000 and as well as Rindiks. The set was made of the keyboards of an antique Pelegongan set already over 30 years old. Otherwise the only new part are the instrument frames which were made in 1999. Delicate, sweet and gorgeous tones are its feature. Most of the members have studied in Bali for years and perform in various groups in Tokyo district as well.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Yokohama-Gamelan-no-kai
    Instruments: Balinese Gong Kebyar, Balaganjur
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact: Instructor: Motoko Sakurada
    email: onmoto@yk.rim.or.jp
    Web site: http://www.yk.rim.or.jp/~onmoto/yokohama_gamelan.html
    Narrative:
    A Balinese Gamelan study meeting group in Yokohama, founded in 2001. Members meet with the group instructor, Sakurada, from 1 to 3 times every month. This workshop group aims to present performance styles. Performances are on an annual basis.
    
    Kumamoto
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Kumamoto Gamelan
    Instruments: Balinese
    Repertoire: Traditional Gong Kebyar, Jegog, Gender Wayang and Topeng dance
    Contact: Representative Nabeshima
    166 Shimomachi, Ozumachi, Kikuchi-gun
    Kumamoto-ken 869-1225
    Tel/fax 81-96-294-7288
    email: bulan@sky.zero.ad.jp
    Web site:
    Narrative: The group began to introduce gamelan music to this region in 2002. It has organized workshops at the community hall and has performed with Japanese traditional musicians and other ethnic musicians in regional festivals and other events. Primary school students learned Jegog at its school workshop, and have performed at several events. To give this community-based goup a boost, your interest and particpation are welcome.
    
    Niigata
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Joetsu University of Education Asian Music Circle
    Instruments: Javanese (Solonese style), Balinese (Gong Kebyar and Gender Wayang)
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact: Yukio Uemura
    Dep't. of Music, Joetsu University of Education
    Yamayashiki-machi
    Joetsu City, Niigata-ken, 943-8512, Japan
    Tel/fax +81-25-521-3520
    email: uemura@juen.ac.jp
    Web site: http://sun-cc.juen.ac.jp:8080/~uemura/index.html
    Narrative:
    This group was founded in 1998 as "The Balinese Gamelan Club" and renamed in 2003. It is organized and directed by Prof. Yukio Uemura, and instruction in Balinese gamelan is given by Lecturer Koichi Minagawa. Performances and introductory workshops are occasionally held in the university and the surrounding area, mainly for school children. Most of the current members are music-major students of the university who have taken gamelan and ethnomusicology classes. Uemura also leads another community-based gamelan group named "Joetsu Gamelan-no Kai", and joint rehearsals of the two groups take place irregularly.
    
    Okinawa
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Kembang Mas
    Instruments: Balinese
    Repertoire: Gong Kebyar, Gender Wayang, Balaganjur and Rindik
    Contact: Representative: Yumiko Nakamura
    Okinawa Prefecture University of Art
    email: kantor_km@hotmail.com
    Web site: http://gamelan.gosenkobo.net/
    Narrative:
    The instruments of Kembang Mas were purchased and the ensemble launched in summer of 2002. The members are registered students, graduates and guest players. Some of them have studied at ISI Denpasar. The ensemble has been invited to perform at the University Art Festival every year. New members are welcome. Contact Ms. Nakamura by email. Rehearsals take place at Kenkyusho Studio, third campus building, between 19:00 and 22:00 on Wednesdays and Fridays
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Sanga
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact: Kameshima
    Okinawa Prefectural University of Art
    email: ryosen@mac.com
    Web site: http://gamelan.gosenkobo.net/
    Narrative:
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Setu Bunda
    Instruments: Balinese gender wayang, batel, gong kebyar, angklung
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact: Hideharu Umeda
    Narrative:
    This group was founded in 1990 is led mainly by Hideharu Umeda, ethnomuiscogist at Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts, who trained as a dhalang in Bali. The group presents Mahabharata and Ramayana in Tokyo, Okinawa and across the country
    
    Osaka
    
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Dharma Budaya
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional, other new music
    Contact: Representative Teruo Yamasaki
    email: info@gamelans.org
    Web site: http://www.gamelans.org/
    Narrative:
    Dharma Budaya was founded in 1979. With deepening understanding of the traditional Solo style, it has been presenting the traditional repertoire as well as its own original creations as a Japanese Gamelan group. The very 1st CD, "Overflow" was released in 2000 and consists of all original composed pieces. This group frequently performs with modern dancers too. These include a 3 year long-term collaboration with the challenged dancers of "Performance Troupe TAIHEN" and the collaborative work "Gamelan Square" with a Butoh dancer and a Japanese performer of Javanese dance. Dharma Budaya welcomes visitors and new players.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Gita Kencana
    Instruments: Balinese
    Repertoire: Gong Kebyar, Gender Wayang, Balaganjur
    Contact:Representative: Emi Kobayashi
    Studio Eggs
    Uehonmachi Bld. 1-1-12
    Uehonmachinishi, Chuo-ku, Osaka
    email:gitakencana@hotmail.com
    Web site: http://sound.jp/gitakencana/index.html
    Narrative:
    Gita Kencana was founded in 1994 by Ms. Emi Kobayashi, a graduate of Osaka College of Music who studied at I.T.S.I., in order to form an authentic Balinese Gamelan group in Japan. Gita Kencana means golden tunes. As the name says, this group expresses Gamelan music with shower of gorgeous timbres. The ensemble numbers from 2 to over 10 players and can also present bigger scale performance with a dance company, Puspa Kencana (Osaka). We frequently perform at Asian region related events and Indonesian cultural events as well as school concerts and workshops. The group's original creations have included collaborations with Japanese traditional dance (Nihon buyo) at Noh stage, with Shinmyo chant of Shingon-shu Buddhist monks and more. Gita Kencana offers Gong Kebyar workshops for beginner and experienced levels.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Marga Sari
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional, other new music
    Contact: Space Ten, 9-5 Makishimobayashi
    Toyono-cho, Toyono-gun, Osaka
    email: home@margasari.com
    Web site: http://margasari.com/index.html
    Narrative:
    Directed and founded by Prof. Shin Nakagawa of Osaka City University in 1998. The group has performed classical and contemporary pieces at many prominent concert spaces including Xebec Hall (Kobe), Asahi Beer Atrium (Tokyo), Phoenix Hall (Osaka), Izumi Hall (Osaka), and Hekisui Hall (Minakuchi). Will Eisma, Mantle Hood, Nomura Makoto, Kitaura Tsuneto,Michael Asmara and Johanes Subowo have all helped compose new pieces for Marga Sari. The group presents workshops to promote gamelan awareness. It is also currently involved in two projects for 2005: a collaboration with disabled people, and also a theatre production based on the story of "Momotaro." New players are welcome to our rehearsals at 18:00-22:30 on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays at Space Ten.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Osaka City University Gamelan
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact: Prof. Shin Nakagawa
    email: nakagawa@lit.osaka-cu.ac.jp
    Web site
    Narrative:
    Instruments belong to Department of Asian Culture and Urbanism of Graduate School of Literature and Human Sciences. They are used for lectures, concerts on the university campus, etc. Through the agreement on study exchange with Institute Seni Indonesia, Yogjakarta, we receive instructions from the institutional guest lectures every year. We are broadening the horizon of activities including interactions with the regional residents.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Osaka University of Arts Gamelan
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional, Contemporary
    Contact: Prof. Shin Nakagawa
    email: silence@mbox.kyoto-inet.or.jp
    Web site
    Narrative:
    Students practice Javanese traditional Gamelan in 2 courses of Department of Musicology. Besides practicing in those classes, they occasionally perform out of the university campus too. Repertoire also included a group's original piece which was composed by a lecture of Department of Composition. Visitors are welcome.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Swa Gita Pertiwi Japan
    Instruments: Balinese Gong Kebyar, Gender Wayang, Joged Bumbung, Balaganjur
    Repertoire: Traditional, Contemporary
    Contact:Ms. Luci Murakami
    email: luci88@mac.com
    Web site:
    Narrative:
    Swa Gita Pertiwi Japan was founded in 1998. The group consists of women who are formerly members of Swa Gita Pertiwi in Jakarta. Rehearsals take place mainly in Osaka, also in Aichi and Kanagawa. The group performs at local schools, community festivals, Indonesian restaurants and so on.
    Saitama
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Gamelan Circle of Shobi University
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact:
    Student Affair Office
    Kamifukuoka Campus, Shobi University
    655 Shimomatsubara, Kawagoe-shi
    Saitama 350-1153, Japan
    email: kf-kyomu@shobi-u.ac.jp
    Web site:
    Narrative:
    This group was begun by students who practiced Gamelan instrument with Kozako in her lecture of Ethnomusicology in 1998. In 2000 it became an accredited group. It performs at the University Open College, at Hyakuman-to Festival (Buddhist related) in Kawagoe city in the end of July, at the university annual art festival in October and more. Rehearsals are from 18:00 to 20:00 on Fridays. Instructor, Lecturer Naoko Kozako. Registered students are welcome to join the group.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Javanese Gamelan Group of Open College
    Daito Bunka University
    Instruments:Javanese
    Repertoire:Traditional
    Contact:
    Higashimatsuyama-center office
    Extension Center of Daito Bunka University
    560 Iwadono, Higashimatsuyama-shi
    Saitama 355-8501, Japan
    email:
    Web site: http://www.daito.ac.jp/exten/
    Narrative:
    Hosted by Open College of Daito Bunka University since 2003. Recruits new members for the spring and autumn semesters (10 lectures per semester). Rehearsals take places on Saturdays. Members practice performance skill with Lecturer Kozako and also perform in the group recital in the end of each semester
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Kacang Loncat 
    at Institute for Asian Studies, Faculty of International Relations
    Daito Bunka University
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire:traditional
    Contact: Ms. Naoko Kozako
    11-15-114, Sekimachi Kita 4 Chome
    Nerima-ku, Tokyo 117-0051, Japan
    email:
    Web site:
    Narrative: 
    Students launched this Javanese Gamelan group when the university purchased the set of Central Javanese Gamelan for the faculty of International Relations. Then in 2000 Lecture Kozako started instructing the members. In 2003 it became an accredited study group of the institute. The main activities are the studies of the languages, culture and performing arts in Asia and also to organize and perform at regional related events. Kacang Loncat presents Javanese music and dance at the university annual events, " Asia Mix" in June, and " Asia Week" in December which are hosted by the institute for Asian Studies. Rehearsals are from 15:00 to 17:00 on Fridays. Registered students are welcome to take part in the activities.
    
    Shiga
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Tirta Kencana
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: traditional, contemporary
    Contact: Hekisui Hall
    5671 Minakuchi
    Minakuchi-tyo, Koka-shi
    Shiga, Japan 528-0005
    email: hekisuih@city.koka.shiga.jp
    or sazanami@jungle.or.jp
    Web site: http://www.jungle.or.jp/sazanami/gamelan/
    Narrative: 
    A community group; instruments owned by Minakuchi Town. Instructed by Prof. Shin Nakagawa of the Osaka based gamelan Margasari, and other guest Javanese artists.
    
    Shizuoka
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Bapang Sari - in multiple locations
    Instruments: Balinese
    Repertoire: Gong Kebyar, Balaganjur, Rindik, Gender Wayang
    Contact: Ms. Maki Sera
    email: sgbapangsari@hotmail.com
    Web site: http://www.k2.dion.ne.jp/~bapangsr/ 
    Narrative:
    An independent group with members who love Balinese Gamelan music and dance throughout Japan. Founded in 2000. We organize recital a couple of times a year, participate in events, and also perform at schools and welfare institutions across the country. Our rehearsal takes place on a monthly basis in various places, Fukuyama (Hiroshima pref), Kobe (Hyogo pref), Numazu (Shizuoka pref), Chigasaki (Kanagawa pref) etc.
    
    Tokyo
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Bamboo Harmonic Ensemble: Indah Putri
    Instruments: Bamboo angklung rattles
    Repertoire: Classical, folk song and repertoire from many countries.
    Contact: Chairwoman Takae Niiya
    email: assm@juno.dti.ne.jp
    Web site: http://www.juno.dti.ne.jp/~assm/index.html
    Narrative:
    New players, visitors and drop-ins are welcome to participate in our workshop group, Angklung Sareng Sami Matinpalan. We are a unique Angklung orchestra performing at festivals and in nursing homes in Yokohama-Tokyo area.
    
    Name of Ensemble: Candra Gita
    Instruments: Balinese gambuh
    Repertoire: traditional
    Contact: Ms. Motoko Sakurada
    email: onmoto@yk.rim.or.jp
    Web site: http://www.kt.rim.or.jp/~maktori/gamelan/banjar/candragita/candra.html
    Narrative: 
    This group presents Balinese traditional entertainment, "Gambuh". It was formed in 1999 and has been performing in the Tokyo suburbs, mainly. The group members received instruct ions in Batuan inBali and continue deepening the studies in Japan.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Fukagawa Barong Club
    Instruments: Balinese
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact: Representative Hitoshi Komurakata
    email:jos@h6.dion.ne.jp
    Web site:
    Narrative:
    Group was launched in August 1993 in order to dedicate Barong dance and Gamelan music to the annual festival of Shinto shrine, Tomioka-Hachimangu in Fukagawa, Tokyo. Beside the annual offering, we rehearse irregularly. Dedicators are community members, dancers and musicians who studied in Bali and some others
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Gamelan Music Studio
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional music and dance
    Contact: Mariko Sato
    The Institute of Ethnomusicology
    Tokyo College of Music
    3-11-1 Zoshigaya
    Toshima-ku, Tokyo, Japan
    e-mail: minzoku-ongaku@tokyo-ondai.ac.jp
    Web site: http://www.tokyo-ondai.ac.jp/archive/kenkyu.htm
    Narrative:
    Tokyo College of Music offers Javanese music and dance lectures to non-registered students. Music instructor: full time lecturer Mariko Sato; Dance instrutor : lecturer Hariu Suguri. It recruits 15-20 new participants on an annual basis between January and March. Registered students also enroll in the lectures on Wednesdays and Saturdays (36 classes a year). Recent and future performances include the college annual art festival in October and also a recital on the college campus.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Geinoh-Yamashiroguchi
    Instruments: Balinese Gong Kebyar, Semar Pegulingan, Gender Wayang, Beleganjur, Selonding, Jegog
    Repertoire: Traditional performance of Bali, Bulgaria, Georgia, Japan etc., and the group's original pieces
    Contact: Shoji Yamashiro
    1-22-3 Higashinakano, Nakano-ku
    Tokyo 164-0003, Japan
    email: info@yamashirogumi.gr.jp
    Web site: http://www.yamashirogumi.gr.jp
    Narrative: 
    Geinoh-Yamashirogumi play various Balinese gamelan performances and original contemporary pieces featuring gamelan, Jegog and Cak as their important repertories. Yamashirogumi have made cultural exchange with Bali since 1973 and been invited to participate in Bali Art Festival for three times including the International Gamelan Exhibition in 2000. Most of their original works are exquisite fusion of the whole essence of non-western tradition and contemporary senses, like the sound track for the animation film "AKIRA", which was enjoyed in many countries through media such as CD, VCR and DVD, and have been awarded many international prizes. The leader, Shoji YAMASHIRO, received "Dharma Kusuma Award" from Balinese government in 1992. That was the first opportunity for foreigners together with Mantle Hood and others.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Java Gamelan Club of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
    Instruments: Central Javanese
    Repertoire:Traditional
    Contact: Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
    2-2-1, 12-8 Ueno Kouen
    Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-8714, Japan
    email:jawagamelan@yahoo.co.jp
    Web site: http://sound.jp/gamelan/
    Narrative:
    The gamelan was founded and directed by Prof. Fumio Koizumi (1937-1983) for his Gamelan course at the University in 1976. It performs annually in April to welcome new students for orientation, and in September at the University Arts Festival. The ensemble numbers approximately 20 members, including registered students, graduates and guests.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Kartika
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional, originally composed
    Contact: 
    Representative: Prof. Fumi Tamura (Chikushi Jogakuen University)
    Information: Makiko Miura
    email: info_kartika@yahoo.co.jp
    Web site: http://sound.jp/kartika/
    Narrative:
    Kartika was founded in 1988, and is currently led by Assistant Professor Fumi Tamura of Chikushi Jogakuen University. Together with Kusuma Javanese dance company, we have been performing at concerts and workshops across the country. We develop and arrange our workshop programs to address the various needs of each individual. We aim to offer anyone the opportunity to experience Gamelan music in the multiple ways such as listening to the music, seeing the dance, playing the instruments and more. Workshop participants are children, adults and also challenged children. As we deepen our studies, we are creating cultural interaction with more people as well as sharing the richness of Gamelan sound through our performance and workshops.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Kunitachi Ongaku Club, Chandra Metu
    Instruments: Gong Kebyar, Angklung and Gender Wayang
    Repertoire: Balinese traditional
    Contact: Student representative Ai Saotome
    Kunitachi College of Music
    email: ai_saotome_japan@yahoo.co.jp
    Web site:
    Narrative: After Sekar Djepun became independent from the college in 1988, the registered students launched Chandra Metu as the University group. Graduates help the group activities as guest players, and some take the role of group instructor. Current group instructor is Ms. Yayoi Horikawa. The group has been invited to perform at the college's annual art festival and other cultural events.
    
    Name of Ensemble: Lambangsari
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact: Representative: Kayo Kimura
    Lambangsari Studio 2-6-8-301 Hamamatsu-cho
    Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0013
    tel: 81-3-5425-6137 fax: 81-3-5425-6158
    email: office@lambangsari.com
    Web site:http://www.lambangsari.com
    Narrative: 
    Beginning as the music group directed by Prof. Fumio Koizum for his course at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Lambangsari became independent in 1985. We organize recitals and workshops as well as participating in other cultural events. We also have joint recitals with with Javanese dance, Wayang Kulit and many others. Some recent performances include: a Javanese Wayang Kulit event in Gunma prefecture 2001 with Javanese Dhalang Ki Manteb Sudarsono and his group; a Japan-South Korea cross-cultural concert in Seoul, Korea in 2002; Lambangsari 20th anniversary event with Javanese dancer Didik Nini Thowok (Jogjakarta) in 2004. New players are welcome. We meet at Lambangsari Studio for rehearsal, 19:00-21:00 on Mondays and 17:00-21:00 on Saturdays.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Merdeka
    Instruments: Balinese
    Repertoire: Gong Kebyar and Gender Wayang
    Contact: Koichi Minagawa, Instructor of
    International Language and Cultural Studies
    Kanda University of International Studies
    1-4-1 Wakaba, Mihama-ku, Chiba City
    email: minagawa@kanda.kuis.ac.jp
    Web site:
    Narrative:
    Founded in 2001. Directed by lecturer Koichi Minagawa. Group rehearses on Thursdays. New members are welcome.
    
    Name of Ensemble: National Children's Castle Kodomonoshiro Gamelan Group
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact: Shigeki Iida
    Music Department of Kodomonoshiro
    4th floor studio, 5-53-1 Jingumae
    Shibuka-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
    email: music@kodomono-shiro.or.jp
    Web site: http://www.kodomono-shiro.or.jp/
    Narrative:
    This central Javanese Gamelan workshop group is a part of foundation, National Children's Castle. Group activities address to primary, junior and junior high school students since 1985. Executive supervisor is Fumi Tamura. Instructors are Minako Sasaki, Tatsuro Fukuzawa, Taro Natori, Tamio Takemoto and Natsumi Sasoh. Rehearsals take place on Sundays between 1:30-3:00 p.m except for school holidays (32 times per year). New members are welcome.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Otokoba Haneda
    Instruments: Balinese and Javanese (Solo) and Cirebon
    Repertoire: Balinese: Gong Kebyar, Gender Wayang, Gamelan Angklung, Semar Pegulingan Saih Pitu; Central Javanese and Cirebon
    Contact: Ms. Yukie Miyamoto
    Otokoba-Kanda (Javanese gamelan and dance)
    Manso building B1F
    1-16 Kandasuya-cho
    Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0041
    tel/fax: 81-3-3745-6460
    email: jawa-info@otokoba.com
    Web site: http://otokoba.com/
    Otokoba-Omori (Balinese gamelan and dance)
    Sanminiyon building 3F4F
    6-26-18 Omorikita
    Ota-ku, Tokyo 143-0016
    tel/fax: 81-3-3745-6460
    email: info_otokoba@yahoo.co.jp
    Web site: http://sound.jp/otokoba/
    Narrative:
    Performance and study center. Javanese and Balinese groups have recently divided into two separate locations (see above). In the 80's, Japan had Indonesian gamelan or dance lectures only in some universities. In order to give the opportunity to more people and also to popularize the music and dance in this country, the group representative Fumi Tamura founded Otokoba HANEDA in 1987. Its main activities are presenting workshops of Javanese and Balinese Gamelan and dance. It also organizes various kinds of concerts, workshops, recitals of Indonesian groups, and joint-recitals of Japanese and Indonesian artists. Some local groups of Indonesian music and dance use its facilities too. Otokoba Haneda owns two groups. The members of Sari Mekar (Balinese) are Japanese workshop teachers and students. It offers Gong Kebyar courses on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The Javanese group Mega Mendung (Cirebon) gives performances on an irregular basis. It offers a Semar Pegulingan, Saih Pitu (intensive) course, and Gamelan Jawa 4:00p.m. and 7:00p.m. courses.
    
    Name of Ensemble: Padma
    Instruments: Balinese Gender Wayang
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact: Ms. Ako Mashino
    email: padmabali@hotmail.com
    Web site: http://www.geocities.jp/genderpadma/
    Narrative:
    We play Balinese gender wayang in Tokyo, mainly in Sukawati and Kayumas style. We also play tingklik, dll. and hold concerts once or twice in a year.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Paraguna Group
    Instruments: Sundanese
    Repertoire: Traditional gamelan degung, tembang Sunda
    Contact: Ms. Keiko Murakami
    c/o Lambangsari Studio 2-6-8-301 Hamamatsu-cho,
    Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0013
    tel: 81-3-5425-6137 fax: 81-3-5425-6158
    email: paraguna@mail.goo.ne.jp
    Web site: http://www.geocities.co.jp/MusicStar-Percussion/4505/
    Narrative:
    Paraguna Group was founded as a Sundanese music study and ensemble group in 1985 and is the only Sundanese music group in Japan that presents Gamelan degung and tembang Sunda. The group was named by a well-known composer and master of Sundanese music, Nano S. In the Sundanese language, Paraguana means a man who has wisdom of music, develops music and has a thorough knowledge of musicology. New members are welcome. We rehearse at Lambangsari Studio on monthly or semi monthly basis. You also can see our Gamelan degung monthly recital at Indonesian Restaurant, Jembatan Merah in Shinjuku, Tokyo (8:00 -8:20 and 9:00 - 9:20 p.m.; date varies every month)
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Sanggar Urotsutenoyako
    Instruments: Balinese + International
    Repertoire: Traditional Gong Kebyar and Topeng Plempong as well as new music and dance
    Contact: Mr. Yuichi Fujikawa
    email: megamel@aj.daa.jp
    Web site: http://megamel.daa.jp/
    Narrative: Sanggar Urotsutenoyako is an independent ensemble founded in October 2002 by Tetsuro Koyano, a Japanese performer of Balinese dance, together with graduates of the Asia University Gamelan Study Circle. It is based at Studio Amrita, Kichoji, Tokyo and gives concerts frequently. Our preformances aim to popularize gamelan music and take it beyond traditional categories. Besides Topeng Trenpong and other Balinese repertoire, we have been presenting our own new creations with local and international artists. One such new project begun in 2003 is Jungle Orchestra, together with Japanese Didgeridoo player GOMA. Guest musicians and dancers have included I Dewa Putu Berata, I Dewa Ketut Alit, Ni Gusti Ayu Sri Yuliati, Cok Pring, Didi Nini Thowok and etc.
    
    Name of Ensemble: Sekar Djepun
    Instruments: Balinese Gong Kebyar
    Repertoire:Traditional
    Contact:Atalier Umeyashiki
    1-16-9, Omoriminami
    Ota-ku, Tokyo
    email: htsuka@pluto.dti.ne.jp
    Web site: http://www.pluto.dti.ne.jp/~htsuka/sj/
    Narrative: The ensemble was founded as a gamelan study circle of Kunitachi College of Music in 1982, and formed an independent ensemble, mainly with the college graduates based in Tokyo. Sekar Djepun performs with music and dance enthusiasts from Japan and other countries in recitals or joint recitals. It meets Thursday evenings for practice, plus Sunday afternoons for concert rehearsal.
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Sidha Karya
    Instruments: Balinese Gong Kebyar, Semar Pegulingan, Gender Wayang, Balaganjur
    Repertoire:Traditional contemporary
    Contact: Koichi Minagawa
    email: minagawa@kanda.kuis.ac.jp
    Narrative
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Suara
    Instruments: Javanese
    Repertoire: Traditional
    Contact: Junko Sato
    email: suarajp@yahoo.co.jp
    Web site: http://sound.jp/suara/
    Narrative:
    Founded by Javanese gamalen players from Tokyo metro area in 2002. Based on Javanese traditional styles, our presentations use special sound and lighting effects and contemporary dancers in order to express our admiration of Javanese tradition, and also our own creation inspired by Japanese aesthetic.
    Yamagata
    
    
    Name of Ensemble: Kotamagawa no Kodomotachi
    Instruments: Balinese
    Repertoire: Gong Kebyar, Balaganjur
    Contact: Owner of the instruments:
    Oguni Town of Nishiokitama County
    Information: Masahito Miyamoto (gamelan Sari Mekar, Tokyo)
    email: CQH00055@nifty.com
    Web site
    Narrative:
    In 1992 Oguni town purchased the full set of Gong Kebyar in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the youth intercourse project with Indonesia such as home stay exchanges of children. As the project discontinued, the instruments were left unused until 2003, the year of the national cultural event in the region. For that event the 19 local children practiced Gamelan music for 6 months with their 2 guest instructors, Ms. Ako Mashino (PADMA, an instructor of Otokoba Haneda, Tokyo) and Mr. Masahito Miyamoto (Otokoba HANEDA,Tokyo). Successfully, they completed the performance on the stage with supports from Sari Mekar (Otokoba HANEDA). Short afterwards, the instruments continued being used for the interaction between the residents and Sari Mekar.
    
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    Name of Ensemble: Sanggar Gamelan Bali di Yamaguchi
    Instruments: Balinese
    Repertoire: Gong Kebyar, Gender Wayang
    Contact: Ms. Tamiko Fujimoto
    email: gamelan@yamaguchi.email.ne.jp
    Web site: http://www.ne.jp/asahi/gamelan/yamaguchi/
    Narrative:
    The very first gamelan ensemble in Yamaguchi region, Sanggar Gamelan Bali was founded in 2003 and contributes to various local cultural activities. Our long term goal is to form an ongoing community-based performing ensemble. Your interest and participation are highly appreciated.
    
    
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