表演: 20:00 (表演總共30分鐘，互動性)
票價：預售票 650元/ 現場票 750元
【松村宗亮 Souryou Matsumura】
日本 裏千家茶道學校 助理教授
日本橫濱 文彩庵 / SHUHALLY茶道教室暨學校 創辦人 / 經營者
松村先生曾與各領域當代表演者與藝術家合作，其茶道活動受日本及世界各國矚目。松村目前活躍於各大廣播與電視節目，持續向年輕一代推廣茶道之美。最為人所知的活動爲其參與TED x Tokyo的講演。https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcFtwWllT5I 除了於日本橫濱創辦SHUHALLY茶室暨學校之外，松村也為茶道與茶室設計並製作茶具，松村所監製的文彩庵（茶室）亦於2010年獲得Good Design獎。”
--- --- ---
Original venue was Invisible Salon, but shortly after creating this event page the venue has been changed to Mica.
NYOTAIMORI TOKYO, Japan's only nyotaimori performance team, has been scheduled for its first public performance in Taiwan. Overturning the conventional image of nyotaimori*, the mind-blowing performance combines elements that resemble rituals. In the upcoming performance, two male and female models of the team will collaborate with the tea master Souryou Matsumura for a new nyotaimori performance, in the hope of revising the definition of NYOTAIMORI.
Join us in this unconventional "tea party" 3-THREE-.
*nyotaimori = Believed to have originated in Japan's ancient red-light districts of the Edo. The practice involved the dining of sashimi off an unclad woman's body as a leisure activity, albeit historical records surrounding the custom are vague and often subject to myth.
1 stands for a point,
2 define distance,
with 3 the space is created.
Two performers represent a surface;
the tea master controls the space.
Through manipulating rules and symbols in a single space,
the three refines a brand new image.
Through the implement of “etiquette” when drinking tea, tea ceremony is to provoke aesthetic awareness in time and space. This is the place that escapes from ordinary practices.
As conventional images break down piece by piece,
the essence lies in the bottom, without a name to define.
Date: Sunday 10/20/2019
Doors Open: 19:00
Performance: 20:00 (30 minutes long, interactive)
Entrance fee：pre-ticket 650元/ on the day 750元
[Ticket: https://nyotaimoritokyo.kktix.cc/events/day2oomph3 ]
This event is co-organized by Oomph. Any inquiries can be made by messaging the Oomph FB page or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome guests to relax, socialize, exchange in our lounge before and after the show.
*This performance will happen twice in Taipei. The first time is at Venue 濕地. This is the second and last performance of this show.*
NYOTAIMORI TOKYO is a team of artists that inaugurated artistic Nyotaimori performances in 2015. Nyotaimori is believed to have originated in Japan's ancient red-light districts of the Edo. The practice involved the dining of sashimi off an unclad woman's body as a leisure activity, albeit historical records surrounding the custom are vague and often subject to myth. NYOTAIMORI TOKYO has re-invented the in part pornographic image of Nyotaimori and reawakened the practice as a refined and alluring performance.
In 2017, the group published a photo book and photo exhibitions were held in Tokyo and Hong Kong. Besides the group’s regular performances in Tokyo, NYOTAIMORI TOKYO held a widely acclaimed performance in Bangkok in 2018. With a number of dedicated artists participating in its planning and performances, the art of NYOTAIMORI TOKYO has received praise from many artistic circles in Japan and abroad.
【松村宗亮 Souryou Matsumura】
Associate Professor, Urasenke Tea Ceremony School, Japan
Founder/Owner, Shuhally Tea room and school, Yokohama, Japan
Matsumura’s Chanoyu activities have become the focus of attention in Japan and internationally due to his collaborations with many contemporary performers and artists. Matsumura has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows promoting the way of tea for a new generation, most notable was his TED x Tokyo.
Along with founding and owning SHUHALLY Tea Room and school in Yokohama, Japan, Matsumura also designs and creates tools for tea ceremony and chashitsu tea rooms.
Bunsaian (Tea room) produced by Matsumura awarded Good Design in 2010.