SMILY-Didgeridoo

Kazuki Kitagawa

 
TEDx Tokyo
 
Sofar sounds Japan
 
Smily in Sydney

SMILY-Didgeridoo / Kazuki Kitagawa

SMILY combines the indigenous Australian didgeridoo with human beatboxing to produce a wholly original and contemporary sound, elevating the iconic wind instrument to new levels of potential the music world has never seen. His technique and expressive powers are the source of much buzz, garnering SMILY a wealth of fans across the globe, while his track record straddles an impressive range of domestic and international shows—including even TV appearances. Not stopping there, SMILY also holds workshops for various organizations, both corporate and educational, in addition to giving lectures along with his live performances. He also runs his very own didgeridoo workshop, utilizing a rich selection of materials to craft custom didgeridoos for fellow enthusiasts.

Didgeridoo Gallery & Take Lessons in Sizuoka Prefecture

Didgeridoo Gallery and Workshop
 
Eating spider crab
 
Numazu Heda
 
Spider crab restrant
 

 
I ,m making ,selling  & Teachinng Didgeridoo in Shizuoka(heda town) Japan.You guys can also go sightseeing around Heda town.Because Heda town of Numazu city is a one of fomous place for Deep sea Food.About Numazu city and Numazu City Heda Town is located nearby Mt Fuji.many people says that most beautiful sight of Mt Fuji  from Heda is the best!!.I agree about it. Staying fee in Gallery is 2000yen(1person aday ).we can show you guys around in heda .great Deep sea food restrant also there.Deep sea Food the Spiider crab is the most popular speciality in Heda.we can pick up at the nearest station(mishima). we are looking fowaed to see you in Heda .please come and visit.
 

 

Road side station in heda
 
※about Didgeridoo lesson
(1person:90 (min) 6000yen)
  (2〜5people 60 (min) 3000yen円)
 

Spider Crab Didgeridoo Story

Spider Crab man

 
Spider Crab Didgeridoo solo
 
News
 
 
NHK WORLD-JAPAN

Spider Crab Didgeridoo player

SMILY TRANSFORMS SPIDER CRABS INTO INCREDIBLY SOUNDING DIDGERIDOOS
 
 
I turned the giant crab into a stunning 320cm(126inch) long didgeridoo after taking inspiration from the seafood after moving to Heda in July 2016.
 
I was just so amazed by the size of the crabs that I had to work with them.
Heda is famous for the spider crabs and I wanted to merge my two passions didgeridoos and the town I have made my home. I couldn’t think of a better way to promote the town. I hope to receive orders from around the world.
 
Having already made didgeridoos from Udon noodles for Kagawa prefecture and turban shells, I would love to make something from any local specilties.