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Isle of Dogs

We have some dog-lovers in our group, and of course we love taiko and Japanese culture.


So, it was a perfect fit for us to perform taiko as an opening act to the outdoor screening of the film Isle of Dogs. The opening scene of the movie features the dogs playing taiko and atarigane! This free family event was downtown at a Central Memorial Park by the Beltline Neighbourhood Association.



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