3.11. 2012 (Sun.)
Okayama City, Japan



Time table

at Shimoishii Park [map]

10:00 - 16:00 Organic Market
11:30 - 12:00 Flower Ceremony
12:30 - Ambient Parade

at Ishiyama Park [map]
14:00 - 16:00 (After Parade)
Talk&Live concert

at Santa Hall [map]
17:00 - Concert &
Candle Night

at Sanyo Shinbunsha Bld.[map]
19:00 - 23:00 After Party






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311 -A Prayer Gathering for those Lost and the Hope Born-

日本語/English

TOP | about ICHI@311 | Organic Life Market | Flower Ceremony | Ambient Parade
Extra Events | the Sound of the Earth - Schumann Resonance | Installation Art Area | After Party
Message : About the ceremony of silence / Akira Kuroda
Press Release (English) | Collaborators | Refference | ICHI website (Jp)

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UPDATE(0307):
Added "Message : About the ceremony of silence / Akira Kuroda "

Akira Kuroda

UPDATE(0305):
Added "About Fire of Peace and Stone of Ishinomaki" on Flower Ceremony page

A lantern with Fire of Peace which divided from Peace Tower at Yame, Fukuoka and a Stone of Ishinomaki which is taken in 2012.2.25,at Ishinomaki, one of the most tsunami-disastered area and be sealed up with FRP will be set on the flower-offering alter.

Stone of Ishinomaki

UPDATE (0303):
Added Shop List on Organic Life Market page (sorry, only Japanese)
Added After Party Page

party
UPDATE (0213): Added "Yoga Benefit for the Tsunami Survivors in Japan" in Sydney, Australia. See Extra Events.

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ICHI (the Market)@311

"A new and gentle life-style from Okayama to all of Japan and the World" "Connecting People, Products and Processes" ICHI (the market) @Okayama will hold its next big gathering on March 11, 2012.

The Concepts
: In honor of those who lost their lives on 3.11, "Prayer", "Harmony", "Hope", and "Connecting" are the key concepts of the event.

People from all over Japan and the world will gather to create positive visions and a spiritually inspired lifestyle post 3. 11.

>about ICHI@311

 
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The Flower Ceremony

A non-religious memorial ceremony will be held at a specially designed Monumental Gate and Flower-Altar.
Everyone is invited and may place flowers at the Gate and Altar in honor of those lost, injured and affected by 3.11.

A percentage of the sale from flowers sold on site will be donated to various supporting projects of Tohoku.

>about Flower Ceremony
>about Installation Art Area

 

The Ambient Parade

Embracing the concept of "Harmony beyond words" participants are invite to walk in verbal silence from Shimoishii Park to Ishiyama Park and join as one to listen to a live poetry reading.

3 sound-cars will lead the parade and play the ICHI @311 theme music -composed using the vibrational pulse of planet Earth (the Shumann Resononce) to provide mental, emotional and physical rejuvenation.

Maintaining verbal silence, participants are invited to carry message boards, play musical instruments and dress to express their greater concerns about the continuing impact of 3.11.

>about Ambient Parade
>the Sound of the Earth - Schumann Resonance
>Artists in Ambient Parade

 
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Organic Life Market

Abundant with ideas and hints of living an "Organic Life", the Market stands will be filled with local vegitables and ingredients that are healthy, safe and traceable. Eat at the food court and connect directly with local farmers and retail shop owners.

>about Organic Life Market

 
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Extra Events

At Ishiyama Park, the final meeting place of the ambient parade, an array of events including live concerts, lectures and discussions will be held. A live streaming of Catholic Mass from Paris will be projected at Santa Hall. Please stroll through Okayama city and discover the array of positive visions and creative ideas flowing.

>about Extra Events

 
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TOP | about ICHI@311 | Organic Life Market | Flower Ceremony | Ambient Parade
Extra Events | the Sound of the Earth - Schumann Resonance | Installation Art Area | After Party
Message : About the ceremony of silence / Akira Kuroda
Press Release (English) | Collaborators | Refference | ICHI website (Jp)