The name of Japan's master-showman of entertainment, Kansai Yamamoto, is synonymous with breathtaking cultural spectaculars driven by thousands of performers and state of the art sound and lighting systems. His performances have traveled the globe winning the enthusiastic applause of large audiences in Russia, Vietnam and India. Equally adept as a leading fashion designer as he is at directing stage spectacles, Kansai Yamamoto's performances have become iconic, known simply as "Kansai Super Shows".Kansai Super Show - Celebration of Life
Kansai Super Show Comes to Bali
The "Kansai Super Show" comes to Bali on Saturday, May 23, 2009, via a mega "Celebration of Life" performance to mark a half-century of diplomatic relations between Japan and Indonesia.
The show to be held at the Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) Complex, in keeping with an incendiary extravaganza of music and dance, will include fire decorations, a giant bonfire and what promoters are claiming will be the largest decorative fire display in the world. More than 300 Japanese fire lanterns will also be deployed as will more than 1,000 musicians and dancers.
Too Much is Never Enough
For those not familiar with a "Super Show" concept, expect to have your senses and emotions overwhelmed by displays of fashion, acrobatic demonstrations, music and dance, and visual magic produced by computerized lighting and sound effects. A trademark of a "Kansai Super Show" is the active participation of the audience in the evening's event.
The Bali "Kansai Super Show" is supported by:
. The Indonesian Department of Foreign Affairs
. Indonesian Embassy in Tokyo
. H.E., the Japanese Ambassador to Indonesia
. Japanese Consulate General in Bali
. Nippon Keidanren
. Japan Indonesia Association (JAPINDA)
. Indonesian-Japanese Friendship Association (PPIJ)
. The Jakarta Japan Club Foundation
. Bali Japan Club
. Japan Junior Club of Bali
. The Tokyo 2016 Olympic Bid Committee
. The Japan Foundation
. Shiseido Co. Ltd.
Saturday, May 23, 2009 - 7:00 p.m. (Rain or Shine)
Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park
Featuring Anna Sato, Hono-I-Daiko and 1,000 Japanese and Bali Performers
For more information contact Matsuzawa Humihiro at telephone ++62-(0)361-730003 or the Abadi Information Center located at the Papaya Fresh Gallery.
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