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Music Program TOKYO Workshop Workshop! Tokyo Networking Initiative [CANCELED] Hareza Ikebukuro Lunchtime Concert—An afternoon of classical music Free mini concert at lunchtime, come and go as you please.

Please visit here for further information and inquiries on the cancellation.

The Toshima City Hall Lunchtime Concert is coming to Hareza Ikebukuro, collaborating with the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan!
Young renowned artists including the Tokyo Music Competition winners will perform excellent music.

Date Thu, Mar 5, 2020 [1]12:15-13:00
Thu, Mar 5, 2020 [2]13:45-14:30

Hareza Ikebukuro Park Plaza (Tokyo Tatemono Brillia HALL 1F, lobby space with staircase; Access)

Genre TBK productions Concert
Admission Ages 0 month and above

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan
Flyer (PDF)


Clarinet: István Kohán *1st Prize and Audience Award of Wind Section at the 11th Tokyo Music Competition

Viola: Rie Paku


Monti: Csárdás

Brahms-Kohán: Hungarian Dance No.5

and more

PhotoIstván Kohán, Clarinet
PhotoRie Paku, Viola


Prices (tax included)

Free Admission

Other Information

*The program is subject to change under certain circumstances.

On attending the concert

⁃ Small children are expected to attend the performance. Your understanding is highly appreciated in case of their sudden screaming, reacting with the performance.

⁃ The seating area is the red staircase in the Park Plaza. Please note that the seats are limited.

⁃ No eating or drinking is allowed in the Park Plaza.

For audience with small children

In case your children cannot sit still by screaming or crying, please be courteous to your fellow audience, and kindly take necessary actions to calm your children down, such as leaving the plaza temporarily.


Toshima Mirai Cultural Foundation, Project Planning Group (Weekday 10:00-17:00)

Organizers & Supporters

Organizers: Tokyo Metropolitan Government/Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Arts Council Tokyo/Toshima Mirai Cultural Foundation/Toshima City

Supported by: Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan