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Since Tokyo Performing Arts Market began in 1995, the annual event has established itself as one of Asia’s leading trade shows for creators, producers and festival organizers — as well as being a great chance for general audiences to catch a wide range of cutting-edge works staged over a short period in the same area.

Though it moved 30-odd km down the road in 2011 and changed its name to Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama, the event, which this year runs Feb. 7-15, is still quaintly but generally known as TPAM (pronounced “T-PAM”).

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