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The Embassy of Japan in Brunei, in cooperation with the Japan Foundation, has sponsored a Taiko treat for Bruneians this week.

Japanese drum groups Hono-o-Daiko and Tokyo Dageki Dan will be rolling into town this Wednesday, January 24 at the International Conference Centre at 7.30pm. The exact venue will be the Main Conference Hall, but you should have no trouble finding your way there.

Admission is free of charge, but be there early; parking will be tight!

[Official flyer]

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