This page provides links to other Web sites.
Taiko Groups and Drummers
Web sites focusing on Taiko
Taiko Makers and Companies
Taiko Excursions on the Web
Akatsuki Daiko is associated with Gyosei college in the UK.
Arahan, is a group led by the famous taiko player Sen Amano. Both sites are in Japanese.
Arashi Daiko of Montreal, Canada.
Circle Percussion is the first Taiko group in the Netherlands. Available in Dutch and English.
Diablo Taiko of Concord, CA.
Eden Aoba Taiko of Hayward, California.
Emeryville Taiko is an independent affiliate of the San Francisco Taiko Dojo..
Eugene Taiko. Jefferson Taiko is a high school Taiko Group that learns from one of Eugene Taiko's members.
Fubuki Daiko of Winnipeg.
Hi no Daiko is an Intangible Cultural Property of Mikuni town in Fukui prefecture. Available in English and Japanese.
Hinode of Winnipeg, Canada.
Izumi Taiko of Western Massachusetts, USA.
Kagemusha is based in the south of England.
Kaji Yama Taiko of Oakland, California.
Katari Taiko has page in conjunction with the Japan/Canada Internet Project.
The Kenny Endo Taiko Ensemble, of Honolulu, Hawaii.
Kishin Daiko has a page with a group photo and contact information.
Koshin Daiko of Venice, California.
Kita No Taiko of Edmonton, Alberta.
Kobushi of Dallas, Texas.
Kogen Daiko of Minneapolis/St. Paul is affiliated with the Twin Cities Buddhist Association.
KODO has no less than three websites: one is produced by Kodo itself, and two that are produced by Sony Records. The first Sony site seems to be hosted in the US, the second hosted in Japan. Kodo is regarded as one of the premier taiko groups. All the sites offer lots of information, nice images, and profiles of the members. The discography on the Sony sites is incomplete, however. Check the Rolling Thunder Discography for a more complete listing.
Kurashiki Tenryo Daiko has a page with nice images and sound to download.
Marco Lienhard was a member of Ondekoza, currently solo. This page is presented by The Rolling Thunder Taiko Resource.
Matsuri Shu, of Kyoto, Japan. Available in English or Nihongo
Matsuriza is a group that currently performs at Epcot Center in Disneyworld.
Mugenkyo is Englands's first professional taiko group.
Nihon Taiko Dojo is a Tokyo group affiliated with the Miyamoto Unosuke Shoten in Tokyo. Japanese capable browser required.
Northwest Taiko of Seattle, Washington.
Odaiko New England, of Massachusetts.
Oedo Sukeroku Daiko, of Tokyo, was the first professional taiko group. It's dynamic style has been tremendously influential, especially in North America.
Hiroshi Chu Okubo is a multi-talented musician who plays and composes for Taiko (among other instruments).
Onami of Union City, California.
Ondekoza has two homepages. One is hosted by Victor Japan and is in Japanese, the other is in English. Ondekoza is one of the oldest and most influential taiko groups.
One World Taiko of Seattle, Washington.
Oto-Wa Taiko, of Ottawa, Canada. The page is available in English and Francais.
Portland Taiko, of Oregon.
The L.A. Branch of Ryukyu-Koku Matsuri Daiko.
Ryu Shu Taiko of Farmingville, New York.
Sacramento Taiko Dan of California.
San Francisco Taiko Dojo was the first Taiko group to be formed in North America, in 1968.
San Jose Taiko was the third group to be formed in North America, and spans a history of over 25 years.
Sawagi Taiko have a page in conjunction with the Japan/Canada Internet Project.
Shasta Taiko of Mt. Shasta, CA.
Soh Daiko of New York, NY, was the first taiko group on the East coast.
Sonoma County Taiko, of California.
St.Cloud University Arashi Taiko Dan, of Minnisota.
St. Louis Osuwa Taiko of Washington University in Missouri.
Stanford Taiko is afflilated with Stanford University.
Tatsumaki Taiko of California.
Texas Tumbleweed Taiko.
Theater Mu, of Minneapolis, MN.
Tsunami Taiko of Seattle, Washington.
The University of California, Irvine, is home to UCI Jodaiko.
UCLA Kyodo Taiko is North America's first collegiate group.
UCR Taiko Ensemble of Riverside, California.
Uzume Taiko of Vancouver, Canada.
Warabiza performs traditional arts from Taiko to dancing.
Watsonville Taiko, of California.
Yakudo Taiko of Toronto, Canada.
Yamato of Nara, Japan. In Japanese, but they have an English page as well.
Yuko Daiko, of Florida. Samples of songs from their lastest CD are available for download.
Zenshuji Zendeko Taiko is a youth taiko group in Los Angeles, California.
The Taiko Page is dedicated to showcasing images of Taiko Groups.