Yōkai are ancient Japanese spirits, feared supernatural beings who take human form to deceive people or bring bad luck. These days, yōkai are an integral part of Japanese everyday life and popular culture. They have even found their way into the world of anime and manga. Now, Singapore-based artist Ho Tzu Nyen gathers the bizarre and wondrous yōkai in the dark expanses of the Bockenheim Depot for a ‘Night March of Hundred Monsters’. Mingling among this parade of yōkai are former Japanese soldiers and spies whose deeds and actions were overlooked in postwar Japan. With this theatrical adaptation of his extensive audio-visual art work ‘Night March of Hundred Monsters’, Ho Tzu Nyen follows the powerful yōkai into the wars of modern times, evoking the complex post-colonial history and spiritual heritage of East Asia.