Jissyo Canon is an improvised performance directed by calligrapher Setsuhi “Eri” Shiraishi and musician Miya. In ancient times Japanese people recognized and adapted subtle differences in pronunciation in their language. Eri and Miya use this fact as a source of inspiration, and improvise using one “sound” which can be taken in several different meanings. In addition to the performance, there will be a short work shop, where audiences can join in either with calligraphy or music. The performance takes place in a old Japanese style house and the performers will be wearing kimono. It will be an opportunity to experience the fusion of traditional roots and a contemporary expression . If you come in a kimono you will get a discount of ¥500.