10 March 2013
3.10 - Words from 100,000 People
dance | Ikko Suzuki
sound collage | Kirara Kawachi
Sun. 10 March
admission: advance/ 3,000 Yen at door/ 3,200 Yen with 1 drink
Admission limited to 30 each
In the early morning of March 10th, 1945, eastern Tokyo was heavily bombed by the US air force. More than 100,000 people were killed that morning, with most of the victims being elderly, women, and children.
The Japan Times article by Chiho Iuchi (6 Mar. 2009) >>
produced by | Ikko Suzuki, Kirara Kawachi, Galleryéf
photo: Noken Daito
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|A week after the bomb attack during World War 2 in 1945. This photo was taken from the top of Matsuya Department Store. On the left is Sumida River and the small building in the middle is the warehouse - Gallery éf.
photo: courtesy of The center of the Tokyo Raid and War Damages
from the same view point, 2006