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    The Beat Goes On - An article by Wendy Whiteside on the evolution of taiko to its modern day form. References and links.

    Phil's Taiko Page - A taiko artist presents his history, an introduction to taiko, lists of various taiko drums, a survey, and links.

    Sen Amano and Arahan - Official site of the taiko player. History, philosophy, and recent discography with comments. In English and Japanese.

    Yama Kaminari: Drums - How to build a taiko drum from an oak wine barrel, photographs, and a video clip of Kodo.

    Kuni's HomePage - Information about Hi no Taiko with photographs and audio samples of performances with explanations and terms, a Yoko-bue, the Japanese bamboo flute, tutorial, and links to hundreds of taiko sites. In Japanese and English.

    Rolling Thunder: The Taiko Resource - Rolling Thunder is the leading resource for information about Japanese Taiko drumming. Rolling Thunder sells taiko drums and other instruments as well as providing the premier English language source of information about taiko, the Rolling Thunder Taiko Resource.

    International Taiko WebRing - Websites that promote the art and history of taiko drumming.

    Runker Room: Taiko Building - From wine barrel to Japanese drum. Detailed instructions with photographs, message board, and links.

    Taiko Drums From A Small Planet - Listen to and play taiko, information about the Minnesota based dance and taiko group Sanseiyonseikai, and links.

    A Word about Taiko - The history of taiko drumming and how to make an okedo-daiko.

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