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The Yale Whiffenpoofs visit Tokyo, Japan

2023/07/30(Su.) 19:00 Starting

Bunkyo Civic Hall, Small HallTokyo


<What is Whiffenpoofs? > Whiffenpoofs
Every year, members of the Whiffenpoofs, the world's oldest collegiate a cappella group, are selected from among the fourth-year students at Yale University, a prestigious Ivy League school in the U.S. In 1909, five fourth-year students gathered as a quartet at Yale's famous bar "Mory's" every week to perform songs. The Whiffs, which began in 1909 as a quartet of five fourth-year students who gathered weekly to sing at Mory's, Yale's famous bar, has become one of the most traditional activities on campus.

<History of Whiffen's Arrival in Japan
The Whiffenpoofs began in 1982 with the invitation of the Whiffenpoofs to Japan, and the committee office, host families, and all other volunteers have continued to work with the Whiffenpoofs.

The grassroots effort to create an opportunity for young people to grow into true bridges between the U.S. and Japan has become one of the most traditional of the Whiffenpoofs' tours around the world.


  • Aj Lucka Lucka

    Irish folk song

  • Operator

    The Beatles

  • The Boxer

    Simon & Garfankel

  • Anything Goes

    Cole Porter

We will also perform many other pieces of music.


Admission and ticket purchase

  • Admission fee

    Adults 3,500 yen
    Junior high and high school students 2,000 yen
    Elementary school students and under 1,000 yen

  • How to buy

    Buy Online

  • Admission of a preschool child


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