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Roots Shakuhachi: The Bamboo Way

Roots Shakuhachi: The Bamboo Way Review

Once carried by itetarant Buddhist priests, the shakuhachi, a long bamboo flute, is one of Japan's most hauntingly soothing musical insturments. It is a testament to Japan's traditional aesthetic of elegant simplicity. At Roots Shakuhachi, customers can make their own shakuhachi. Budget ¥3,000 and thirty minutes to an hour to make your shakuhachi, and a little more time to learn the basics of how to play it.

    Contact Information

  • Address: .Com So Koya, 3-1-17 Yanaka, Taito-ku Ueno and Asakusa, Tokyo, 110-0001
  • Hours: Sat.-Sun., noon-sunset weekdays by reservation
  • Website:
  • Subway: JR Yamanote Line, Nippori Station (West Exit), Chiyoda Line, Sendagi Station (Dango-zaka Exit).
  • Location: Ueno
Updated: 08-19-2013

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