Yuto Yuki      


Yuto Yuki

Yuto Yuki was an original member of Butoh company (DAIRAKUDAKAN). After leaving it, she’s been to Northern Japan with (Bishop Yamada) who leaded (Hoppo Butoh Ha) to investigate the high spirit and body consciousness of (Tatsumi Hijikata, the originator of Butoh) and the climate cultivates him.

In 1975, Yuko performed a legendary performance as the main in (Takazashiki) Directed by (Tatsumi Hijikata) 1988-1992. Yuko also performed a solo (Ezo-Men) in various locations, including 14 continuous days in San Francisco.

After 1993, encounter with the life of the primal itself that lives in (Tsugaru) that became her point of creation. Yuko performed many Butoh works which arrangement of dance and production herself also appeared in Movie “Ichiman-nen-ohkoku” directed by Toshio Iizuka. Yuko is actively engaged in overseas activities such as the 2005 Vienna Paris, and Warsaw performances and the 2007 St. Petersburg and Moscow performances. The St. Petersburg Ballet Hall attracted 1,700 spectators to a mysterious shamanic dance appearance. Dance in the form 0 to 100 years old, from girl to old woman with her physical consciousness.