Opening Event 4: “Harpsichord Concert & Storytelling of Kitamae-ship” on January 7 (Saturday)

Cembalo Concert & Narrative of the Kitamae Ship

A special harpsichord (keyboard instrument) concert by Miyuki Akera, a musician born in Hyogo Prefecture and living in Hokkaido, will be held, along with a lecture on the history of the Kitamae Ship and exchanges between ports of call.

Date and time

Saturday, January 7, 2023, 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.


Hyogotsu Museum, Hyogo-Hajimari-kan Entrance Hall


30 persons

Entry fee

600 yen (tax included) *Exhibition ticket included


▶Kitamae Ship Lecture
▶Cembalo Concert – Baroque music & Japanese music of the same period as the Kitamae Ship
 Music: Bach Ave Maria
    Handel Ombra Maif
    Rameau, The King’s Dance
    Kosaku Yamada, This Road, etc.

How to apply

[Application form]

  • Please apply using the linked form below.

Click here for application form

[Round-trip postcard]

  • Please fill out the following information on a return postcard and send it to the Regional Development Division.
  • The lottery results will be announced on the reply postcard.
    (1) Please write “Concert”. (2) Your name (furigana) (3) Date of birth (4) Affiliation (5) E-mail address (7) Telephone number

*Both the form and the return postcard are available for a maximum of two people each.

Monday, December 5, 2022

Performer Information

<Miyuki Akera>
Born in Hyogo Prefecture. Graduated from Osaka College of Music, School of Music. Graduated from Osaka College of Music with a major in music. After working as an instructor at Osaka College of Music and University of Music, currently freelancing in Sapporo. In June 2010, based on the theme of Kitamae Senpaku, a ship that connected Hokkaido and Osaka on the Sea of Japan during the Edo period, he launched the “Contemporary Kitamae Senpaku Project” to connect history and culture in various regions of Japan. Through economic exchanges, including cultural exchanges in various regions, the project is developing cooperation among different industries and regional development with an eye to the future.

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