One of the most reliable musical dates on the Tokyo calendar is Festival Konda Lota, now in its 10th year.

The festival usually presents a few established names and a few surprises. With a new star of Portuguese fado sharing the bill with one of Spain’s greatest living flamenco singers, as well as native aboriginal singers from Taiwan and some jazz musicians from Paris, this year should be no exception.

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