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Contemporary dance seemed to enter the wider arts consciousness in Japan around the turn of the century, when there was a pronounced upsurge in the number of performances, festivals and competitions.

Reflecting that rising enthusiasm, Takao Norikoshi published the encyclopedic “Contemporary Dance Thorough Guide” in 2003, which gave a further boost to the art form.

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