Performed by actors with disabilities from Japan, Britain and Bangladesh, the play is being staged in Higashi-Ikebukuro, Tokyo. The work, created by overcoming the “tempests” of disability, language and distance, conveys the importance of accepting each other’s differences and living together.
“On the 20th May in Kamakura city, Kamakura City, Kanagawa Prefecture, the “15th Obo Festival” was held, crowded with about 96,000 citizens and tourists. The “Fourth movie costume parade” featured was a barrier free event this time, and 20 people including wheelchair disabled went downtown along with family and volunteers.”
“I’d like to write lyrics for masked girls” “I would like to talk about radio, lecture, chair, etc.” “I would like to continue to support the Saitama Seibu Lions as long as I live, I want to do baseball work…I want to write a notebook, I am looking forward, and do not worry anymore “.”