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One hour by Shinkansen bullet train from Tokyo lies a city called Shizuoka which features not only the best views of Mt. Fuji, but also “World Theatre Festival Shizuoka”, bringing together theater lovers from all over the world! Temporary lodgings in a “nedoco” guest house will no doubt bring more enjoyment to your stay in Shizuoka!

What is the “Nedoco Project”?

It is an event to enjoy theater, communication, and Japanese culture while staying in temporary lodgings called “nedoco” during the “World Theatre Festival Shizuoka”.

On the first day, after enjoying the theater festival to its fullest, it is off to a historical temple, temporarily converted into a nedoco. Sharing a toast with the local staff and sharing your impressions with fellow guests begins the night — in a way, Part 2 of the Theater Festival! On the second day, enjoy striking the temple bell and Zen meditation before heading off to the Theater Festival again!

You’ll be treated to the warmest hospitality from the volunteer staff members who love Shizuoka. If an ordinary trip does not inspire you to engage in conversation, or for an overnight-type event featuring encounters with unique scenery, taking part in “Minna-no (Everybody’s) Nedoco Project” is a must!

Key features of nedoco!

  • You can enjoy interacting with local Shizuoka people!
  • You can experience staying at a temple, tatami mats and Zen meditation, and other Japanese culture!
  • You can share your thoughts on the Festival with others!

About World Theatre Festival Shizuoka

After successfully holding the 2nd Theatre Olympics in 1999, SPAC has annually held “Spring Arts Festival Shizuoka” (2000 – 2010) which was renewed and continued as “World Theatre Festival Shizuoka” since 2011. Based on its own philosophy of “The theatre is a window to view the world”, SPAC has been introducing international and domestic masterpieces of theatre play, dance, puppet play, film and etc., in Shizuoka. This festival combines artists, audiences and people from local community to directly exchange and communicate with each other.

What is SPAC(Shizuoka Performing Arts Center)?

Shizuoka Performing Arts Center (SPAC) was founded in 1995 by Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. SPAC is the first publicly founded cultural organization in Japan to have residential actors as well as a technical and administrative staff that manages its own theatre venues and facilities for artistic purposes. As a creative base of the performing arts, it generates programs of creation, presentation, education and also programs of exchange / collaboration with artists and institutions of Japan and abroad. SUZUKI Tadashi was the first General Artistic Director of SPAC since 1997 through to March, 2007. In April, 2007, MIYAGI Satoshi was appointed as the General Artistic Director and SPAC started its new phase under his direction. SPAC puts its efforts into various kinds of activities such as creating a variety of theatre pieces, organizing “World Theatre Festival Shizuoka”, inviting students to the theatre, developing theatrical human resources, touring abroad, enhancing outreaching program and many more.

Course of events at previous nedoco stays

●Meeting after the play and transportation to accommodation.

●Check-in

●Getting together and mingling (with drinks)

●Bedtime at your convenience

●Experiencing Zen meditation

●Group clean-up

●Check-out

●Returning to the Theater Festival or Shizuoka City!

Introduction to nedoco

nedoco@Historical templeTokeiinOpening May 6th

At Tokein temple at the foot of a quiet mountain surrounded by nature, you can enjoy nedoco, with delicious food, drinks, and interesting conversation. But that’s not all! There’s also the starry sky if the night is clear, or if not, amid the sound of raindrops you can enjoy mingling conversation that surpasses mere culture or language exchange. Enjoy a fun atmosphere with a historical backdrop.

*NB In Japanese and English (Japanese guests will also participate)
*NB Separate men’s and women’s sleeping quarters/communal bathing areas

DatesMay 6th (Sat) to May 7th (Sun)Capacity10 people
Parrticipation fee3000 yen (for the get-together party)
*NB Futons will be provided. *NB Transportation costs are not included.
Address and access information30 min by taxi from Sumpu Castle Park or 30 min by bus from JR Shizuoka Station + 25 min walk
*NB Details will be provided after acceptance of application.

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Application

*NB Payment in advance is requested.
*NB Upon application, please submit a copy of your passport.
*NB Peatix Payment by credit card or PayPal or at convenience stores is possible.
*NB Bank account details of payee provided after acceptance of application.
*NB Guests will be responsible for bank charges.

Please observe the following

  • Please enjoy the Theater Festival
  • Minimum age requirement is 20 years old
  • Please support this project
  • Make friends and be happy

Cancellation policy

Notification 4 days prior to event required for refund.
(Guests will be responsible for any handling charges required for refund)
No refund will be given for notification from 3 days prior to event to the day of the event.

For more information, visit:

nedoco@shizuoka-orchestra.com


*NB “Minna-no Nedoco Project” is run by interested volunteers whose aim is to welcome visitors to Shizuoka with local hospitality


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