Unique performances include a contemporary dance collaboration featuring Japanese dancer Kaiji Moriyama and Balinese dancer ni-Wayan Sekariani. Another highlight of the event is the teaming of Japanese Noh and the gamelan.
The Japan Bali Festival is a valuable opportunity for artists from both Bali and Japan to feature alongside each other, so why not include it on a day trip up to Ubud.
|Date||28 November to 3 December 2013|
|Venue||Pongosekan village, Ubud, Bali Map|
|Website||Japan Festival Bali|