Live Indian Music Event at a Temple Will be Filled with Hygge and Ikigai because…

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There is going to be a live music performance at a temple called Shingyoin in Hino Town tomorrow.

 

I think it will be filled with hygge and ikigai because it is going to be a sitar performance. Can you imagine listening to the sound of sitar at a Japanese temple?

 

There will be Bolivian music, and yoga sessions, as well.

 

There is going to be a market and a lot of alternative people will be gathering there.

 

I’ll be there, too, and I highly recommend that you come if you are in Kyoto or Shiga area.

 

April 7th 2018
Market opens at 11:00 am  Live begins at 15:45 and ends at 19:00

Admission: free

 

For directions click the link below and look for Shingyoin.

https://zenmerchantblog.wordpress.com/2017/08/22/visiting-the-land-of-omi-merchants-part-2-hino/

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