Final Update Apr. 09, 2002
Home Page of Kohmei MIZUNO
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- Welcome! My name is Kohmei MIZUNO. This is my stage name, given by
Goro YAMAGUCHI, a living national treasury (Ningen Kokuho),
of whom I have been studying
Shakuhachi for more than 30 years.
I feel happy that I could have learned from such an excellent teacher both
musically and humanically.
The Shakuhachi sound is very special and strikes the Japanese'
I have also experienced that the sound impresses the western mind
as well, when I hold a concert in Europe or U.S.
I am living in Kunitachi(along Chuo Line, JR) some 30 km
west of central Tokyo.
If you are interested in Shakuhachi music, please contact me.
Teaching in English is available. In German too.
(But music cannot be taught by language!)
It may be also helpful for those who are interested in
Japanese music to see below described "Concerts of Japanese
Music"(which is still under construction: Sorry!),
in which various concerts of shakuhachi and koto music are
In the last part of this page you will find some sites linked,
regarding shakuhachi, mostly described in English.
If you understand Japanese, my japanese page
contains other Japanese links.
Concerts of Shakuhachi & Other Japanese Music
Only Japanese versions are available
Concerts in which Mizuno is playing
Other Recommendable Concerts
Sorry, only the Japanese version is available.
Shakuhachi CD samples "Zen Shakuhachi Duets"
I have recorded duet pieces (honkyoku) with John Singer in 1991 in
Short samples follow.
For purchasing the CD, contact John Singer or me.
Recorded in 1991 in San Francisco
By John Singer & Mizuno Kohmei
Check up the file size, it may take some time to download.
- Akebobo Sugagaki
- Shika no Tohne
- Meguro Jishi
- Azuma no Kyoku
- Kokuu Reibo
- Kumoi Jishi
- Sanya Sugagaki
Linking to Shakuhachi Related Pages
Shakuhachi Flute Resource
Page by Monty H. Levenson
Anne Norman's Page
Akisato MIZUNO's Home Page
Klick firstname.lastname@example.org to e-mail me.