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Both men (Kaoru Watanabe & Ranjo) and the participants are engaged in a profoundly important generational conversation ~ the two-way transmission of cultural data, the exposition of the role of roots in defining identity.
--Herbert Paine, Senior Contributing Editor and lead reviewer for Broadway World
Shinobue (Japanese flute)-making master Ranjo and musician Kaoru Watanabe, a creator and a practitioner of a Japanese traditional instrument, demonstrate how to create a fue and share their stories about the joy of music and life.” The film is part of Hear, Eat, Home project.
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