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Tateuchi Story Theatre

1900s ad scrim from the former Nippon Kan Theatre in Seattle's Japantown. Now on display in the Tateuchi Story Theatre. Photo by Lindsay Kennedy.

Experience traditional and contemporary arts through our Tateuchi Story Theatre Performing Arts Series: 

2018 Events

Saturday, March 17, 1:30-3:30pm - Ebb and Flow Film Screening
Jerry (Eiichi) Yamashita and members of his family retrace their family history and the important role the Yamashita family has played in modern Washington State history and the Pacific Northwest shellfish farming industry. Check here for ticketing information.

Thursday, March 1, 11-11:30am - Toddler Story Time
Meet Kainoa's 'ohana (family) who live in Hawai'i and all gather for Sunday dinners together. And sometimes they gather on a Saturday, or a Wednesday, or whenever! Fun art activity to follow. Free.

Thursday, February 1, 11-11:30am - Toddler Story Time
Follow the 13 animals who are racing to have the honor of a year named after them. Who will be honest? Who will help friends along the way? Who will come first - and who will miss out? Fun art activity to follow. Free.

Saturday, January 6, 1pm - Shi Shi Mai Blessing
The shi shi mai dance is often seen at temple and shrine festivals at New Year's Join members of the neighborhood Choeizan Enkyoji Nichiren Buddhist Temple as they bring the blessing dance to The Wing and bless our hall and building.

Thursday, January 4, 11-11:30am - Toddler Story Time
2018 is the Year of the Dog! Explore the world with Daniel, a puppy who is born on New Year's Day and learning how to become "man's (girl's) best friend." Fun art activity to follow. Free.

For more info about these and other programs, see our calendar of events.

Many thanks to the Tateuchi Foundation for ongoing support of this program series. The Atsuhiko & Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Foundation promotes international understanding, knowledge and the quality of relations between Japan and the United States, providing the Puget Sound region with greater exposure to the performing arts and culture of Japan.

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