Yoiyachidori [酔屋ちどり]

yoiyachidoriEntertaining two-piece playing Okinawan folk-style songs and rhythms on shamisen and percussion. Lots of humor and great costumes, it’s always a matsuri when Yoiyachidori play.




Muki Muki: shamisen (three-stringed Japanese musical instrument)
Mika Rin: chindon-daiko (Japanese marching drums)

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Paul Walsh

Paul arrived in Hiroshima "for a few months" back in 1996. He is the co-founder of GetHiroshima.com and loves running in the mountains.

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