F/T in the City Performance Series


Yukari Sakata (director) + Miho Inatsugu (performer)
+ Kyojun Tanaka (music)
Based on the verse drama “Daffodils and Wooden Fish”
by Juro Miyoshi and more

Narratives of place, space, and time resonate in a temple
The director Yukari Sakata previously collaborated with Palestinian artists for “Rashomon | Yabunonaka” at F/T14. The actor Miho Inatsugu has performed in productions by the likes of Okazaki Art Theatre, chelfitsch, and Sample. The drummer and percussionist Kyojun Tanaka conducts research into timbre alongside his career as a performer. These three artists born in the 1980s bring contemporary issues into a space that emerges through storytelling and percussion. The venue is a temple. Based on Juro Miyoshi’s verse drama “Daffodils and Wooden Fish,” the text interweaves fragments of literature, the local history of the temple, and Buddhist sermons, forming a unique resonance of voice, body, and sound.


Venue Saiho-ji

11/14 (Wed) 19:00
11/15 (Thu) 19:00 
11/16 (Fri) 12:00 / 19:00 
11/17 (Sat) 12:00 / 18:00

Box office opens 60 minutes before.
Doors open 30 minutes before.

Running Time 70 min. (TBC)
Language Performed in Japanese with English surtitles
Tickets Unreserved seating
Advance: ¥2,500 / Same Day: ¥3,000 /
Students: ¥1,600 / Other tickets available
  Early Bird Discount ¥1,800
Festival Pass (5 Performances) ¥2,000
Festival Pass (3 Performances) ¥2,200
Student ID required
High School Students and Under
Student ID or proof of age required


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Artist Profiles

アーチスト名Photo: George Stamatakis

Yukari Sakata

Born in Tokyo in 1987, Yukari Sakata graduated from the Department of Musical Creativity and the Environment at Tokyo University of the Arts and then honed her skills working as a stage technician at theatres around Japan. At F/T14, she directed “Rashomon | Yabunonaka” in collaboration with Al-Kasaba Theatre from Palestine. In recent years, she has experimented with applying the ideas and techniques of theatre to the format of the exhibition. Her long-term project “Dear Gullivers” with the architect Jorge Martín García was featured in the Spanish pavilion at the 16th Venice Biennale in 2018. Sakata employs collaboration with existing narratives as a means of attempting artistic interventions in communities.

アーチスト名Photo: Akinali Nishimula

Miho Inatsugu

Born in Hyogo in 1987, Miho Inatsugu started her career in the theatre while studying at Tokyo University of the Arts. She works as an independent actor, mainly for the stage. Her acting credits include productions by Yukari Sakata, Okazaki Art Theatre, Sample, chelfitsch, Mikuni Yanaihara Project, Busstrio, and Office Mountain. She currently also works at the Department of Musical Creativity and the Environment at Tokyo University of the Arts, where she teaches acting and creates collaborative theatre pieces with students.

アーチスト名Photo: Kouki Ueta

Kyojun Tanaka
Drummer, Percussionist

Born in Tokyo in 1983, Kyojun Tanaka is a university teacher and rhythm-addict who travels the world in search of new rhythms. Following time with the likes of Naruyoshi Kikuchi’s dCprG, he is currently engaged in research into Southeast Asian rhythms in Myanmar, Sri Lanka, and more. His drum and percussion performer or rhythm arrangement credits include music for an American Spirit TV commercial and the soundtrack for TV drama Sotsugyo Bakamentari. He also performs with his own unit MIDOUTEI and the Latin jazz band Septeto Bunga Tropis.

Cast & Creative

Directed by Yukari Sakata
Performer: Miho Inatsugu
Music: Kyojun Tanaka
Dramaturge: Maho Watanabe
Costumes: Kyoko Fujitani (FAIFAI)
Sound: Katsunori Fukuoka (Flysound)
Stage Manager: Megumi Sato
Publicity Photography: Hajime Kato
Publicity Design: Tadashi Ueda
Production Coordinators: Toshifumi Matsumiya, Mayuko Arakawa (Festival/Tokyo)
Interns: Akiko Domae, Kino Tokura, Riina Murakami
Planned and presented by Festival/Tokyo
Special cooperation from Saiho-ji



  • 4-8-43 Nishi-Sugamo, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
  • 1 minute’s walk from Nishi-Sugamo Station on the Toei Mita Line. 3 minutes’ walk from Shin-koshinzuka on the Tokyo Sakura Tram (Toden Arakawa Line).