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    Otoboke Beaver: Sex, Shibazuke and Rock and Roll


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    When Otoboke Beaver hits the Naeba Shokudo stage late on Saturday night those in attendance had best be braced and prepared for the storm. This fierce, fast, bright and frantic Kyoto four-pierce is sure to deliver a flurry of punk raw enough to rival any typhoon.

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    Madbunny: Enduring Symbol of Fuji Rock


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    Happy Bunny Couple

    For Fuji Rock veterans, these playful, brightly colored bunnies are synonymous with the best festival moments such as a stroll along the boardwalk or the carefree feeling of listening to great music with a group of friends. The story of how these bunnies found their way to Naeba and later, in the middle of the iconic yellow towel freely distributed by Tower Records is well worth a quick read.

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  • How To Do Fuji Rock Sustainably


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    As we’re approaching the one month countdown to Fuji Rock, the excitement is growing day by day. Good music, good food, good company, all whilst basking in the beautiful scenery of Naeba, what could be better than that? While we all slowly start to prepare for the festival, let’s take into account some ways we can make this years experience more sustainable.
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    Bonobo’s Borderless World of Music


    Ready to embark on a journey? This show is for you. Five years since his last visit, Grammy award winning musician, DJ and producer Simon Green, better known as Bonobo, is set to make his Fuji Rock return this July.  READ MORE

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    The Voice of Belle: Kaho Nakamura

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    The remarkable voice of Suzu aka Bell in Studio Chizu’s 2021 film Belle returns to Fuji Rock this summer!

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    Staying Cool Under the Summer Sun


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    The rainy season is upon us in Japan, which means summer is right around the corner. And with the season inevitably comes the heat! For most of us it has been quite a while since we’ve been able to enjoy a summer festival, and some of us may have forgotten just how hot (and dangerous) the summer temperatures can get. But don’t let that get in the way of having a great time at Fuji Rock!  Here are some little tips to help beat the heat while you rock the fest.  

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  • Brand new collaboration: De De Mouse x LITE

    Fake Creators: Deep Fake or the Real Thing?


    Brand new collaboration: De De Mouse x LITE

    Brand new collaboration: De De Mouse x LITE

    Most musical acts don’t have the courage to debut at a festival as important as Fuji Rock. But then again, few artists have played the festival as many times as De De Mouse. Familiarity with Naeba audiences has bred some degree of confidence for this Tokyo-based DJ who has been traveling back and forth to this off season ski resort since 2009.

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    Mind Your Manners, Please!


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    Aside from the unique opportunity to see our favorite bands in beautiful natural mountainous surroundings, one of the best things about Fuji Rock Festival is how relaxing and comfortable the gathering can be, even among upwards of 100,000 attendees in past years. This is made possible in part by everyone minding their manners and cooperating together to make Fuji Rock the best festival it can be. With just a bit of common sense, an awareness of our surroundings, and by following just a few guidelines we can continue to keep Fuji Rock a truly special experience year after year. Here are just a few of the most important things to keep in mind once you step onto the festival grounds this summer.

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    Kikagaku Moyo’s Final Farewell


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    Formed in the summer of 2012, Japanese psychedelic rock band Kikagaku Moyo has gone from busking the streets of Tokyo to selling out major venues and festivals worldwide. The 5-person group is planning to go on an indefinite hiatus after one last international farewell tour across the global stage. Kikagaku Moyo end their music journey with final album ‘Kumoyo Island’, which brings you on one last euphoric trip to the band’s imaginary world, consisting of phonetic sounds, eerie synths, hypnotic soft whispers.
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    Japanese Breakfast’s “Secret” Double Life


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    You may know her from her Grammy-nominated band, or maybe you know her from the many music videos she has directed, but not many know that Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner is also a distinguished author!

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