Mirai Moriyama

Born in 1984, lives between Kobe and Tokyo.

Moriyama is a multidisciplinary artist who works in Japan and overseas.
From a very young age, Moriyama trained in a variety of dance genres before making his stage debut in 1999. He was nominated Cultural Ambassador by the Agency for Cultural Affairs in 2013, worked with Inbal Pinto & Avshalom Pollak Dance Company for a year in Tel-Aviv, Israel and collaborated with diverse performing arts groups in European countries.
Since then his activities have been focusing on “physical expression that is generated through a relationship with people, things, and places”.

As an actor he has won several Japanese film awards and as a dancer he won the 10th Japan Dance Forum prize. ”Delivery Health” and “in-side-out” are two short films he directed and were selected in the competition of Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia (2019 and 2021).

On 11 March 2021, 10 years after the Great East Japan Earthquake, Moriyama directed and dedicated to Kiyomizu-temple, a dance performance called “Re: Incarnation”. The same year he performed a solo dance at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympic Games. In April 2022 he initiated a group to launch Artist in Residence KOBE(AiRK)in Kobe, Japan.
He is also a Post-Butoh dancer.

森山 未來


2013年には文化庁文化交流使として、イスラエルに1年間滞在、Inbal Pinto&Avshalom Pollak Dance Companyを拠点にヨーロッパ諸国にて活動。

監督作として、ショートフィルム「Delivery Health」「in-side-out」などを手がける。

2022年4月より神戸市にArtisti in Residence KOBE(AiRK)を設立し、運営に携わる。

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