List of teachers by instrument

2 applicable instructors

Joji Murasawa

teacher Joji Murasawa


  • Trial 1 (1,320 JPY)
  • Regular 2 (4,510 JPY–)


I am a multi-instrumentalist playing and giving lessons on koto, shamisen, shakuhachi, 17 strings, kokyu, sho, and noh-kan! I have over 10 years of experience teaching children to elderly, beginners to experts. The Japanese instrument industry has developed for hundreds of years based on the pillar of "teaching others. In recent years, though, many young performers have not focused on lessons, I believe that the decline of "practice" equals the decline of the "industry," and I have been putting effort into lessons since I was a teenager. If you are wondering whether or not to start Japanese instrument lessons, please feel free to apply for one. For some reason, people often think that it looks scary or is a hurdle, but please rest assured that it is not! We will do our best to respond to any circumstances or requests you may have, including face-less, anonymous, or any other circumstances and requests that only online lessons can offer. We look forward to working with you.

Motoyama Yoshikoshi

teacher Motoyama Yoshikoshi


  • Trial 1 (free)
  • Regular 2 (5,170 JPY–)


Born in 1963 Studied under Seizan Sakata from the age of 18. He studied shakuhachi for four years at Tokyo Denki University's Chikusho-kai. During that time, he participated in the Kanto University Sankyoku Renmei. Has performed with koto and sangen. He left shakuhachi for a while to work abroad. After returning to Nagano Prefecture in 2006, he studied under Kouzan Sato, the head of the Miyakoyama School of Shakuhachi Chikurinken. In March 2012, he received the license of Shihan of the Tsuzan School. He gives a regular concert in Nagano City every year. Participates in other community center activities. He has been active in the community center activities. Currently teaches a class at a hall in the Nozawa area of Saku City on an irregular basis.