Daniel started on piano at four years old taking classes and composing his own music. At 11 got his first drum set and at 12 started to play professionally.
He won "the best drum student" trophy from Vera's Figueiredo Drum Institute.
At 19, Daniel joined a very well-known rock fusion band “O TERÇO” and started to tour all over Brasil.
His career culminated joining Cirque du Soleil’s first Brazilian creation called “OVO” as a drummer, recording in the Show's music CD, participating of Its creation and many TV shows around the world.
In 2016 participate of the remount of “OVO” into arena as Band Leader, he was the first drummer to be officially bandleader and leading a band in a creation/remount.
He decided to move to Japan and run his own projects. Now Daniel is performing in many jazz clubs in Japan.
Born in Kurume, in the island of Kyushu, Japan.
Since her childhood she was attracted by art and always kept herself engaged in the school art club.
In 1976, she studied copperplate printing and contemporary art at the IAF Institute of Art of Fukuoka.
Her works deep root to the inner self, the invisible, the genesis of life of living things in the vast space, the roots of energy, the infinite.
Her paints while spreading onto the canvas as watered plants they gain vitality: a fusion of unconsciousness and accidentality, or dialogue.
Montessori education teacher
Born between a Japanese father and an Argentinian mother.
Having spent her childhood in Mexico, she moved to her father’s hometown, Kumamoto, Japan.
After receiving education at an international school in Mexico which encourages and deems diversity and freedom high,
she struggled to conform to Japan’s ‘one-size-fits-all’ education.
This experience and the birth of her son have guided her to the Montessori Method which values the individuality and self-direction of a child.
Through her English lessons with the Montessori Method incorporated, she continues her research on the method of assistance
which enables every child to find on their own that ‘learning is diverse and enjoyable’.
She currently teaches children aged between 3 and 12 in Fukuoka.
Contemporary dance performer
The body brings forth movement, as buds bloom from the ground. Energy erupts forming trees, forcing shoots to branches. Leaves dance in the air. Falling to earth, returning to nature.
Satoko graduated from the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary dance in UK. After she graduated, she had a chance to tour with Moving Visions Dance theatre lead by Dr.Ross McKim. She also performed The CREATION by Mark Baldwin with Rambert Dance Company. She performed COR-02 with Oniin Dance Company at Harkness Dance Centre in New York, USA. She has worked with following choreographers: Kerry Nicholles, Xiaoqiang Cai, Kiki Soh, Edouard Hue, Arielle Smith and Julien Desplantez. She has been invited to perform the duet piece “UIRO URI” at New Dance for Asia Festival in South Korea in August 2018 and Fukuoka Dance Fringe Festival (FDFF) in January 2019
Born on December 4th, 1995 and raised in Fukuoka, Japan. He's one of the three professional handflutists in the world, who produce a beautiful healing sound without using any instrument except their hands as if they are playing the flute.
He decided to become a professional handflutist when a homeless person was moved by hearing him play the handflute during a street performance and gave me a crumpled-up 1000 yen bill.
He owns a teacher's certificate and wants to teach students that the most important thing in life is to cherish lofty ambitions.
Yuji Masataka M. D.
Physician. Advocate of medical usage of cannabis. Chief director of Green Zone Japan, disseminating evidence-based information about cannabis in Japanese.
Cat lover but allergic to cats.