The nearly all female group under the direction of Liliana Bulic joined Koji Nakamura from Los Angelos and his pupil Takeshi Demise from Milano to present a variety of different arrangements from Bhuddist religious songs over shinto influenced pieces to modern choreographies. The choreography and precision in general was superb and the pieces very well performed.
If you not only want to see the 'amazon' taiko group, but also hear them, there are several videos on youtube:
Drums are, together with wind instruments, Japan's oldest musical instruments. Toshi Tsuchitori (土取利行) a percussionist from Kagawa, Japan has been studying Japanese prehistoric music for more than three decades. His performances on Jomon replica clay drums (Jomon-ko) are spectacular; there are many videos on youtube, here is just one example:
Here you can watch a very interesting three-part program describing the research of Toshi Tsuchitori (part 1) and how he produces his own instruments, integrating Ainu and other ethnic music to perform 'Jomon music'. Even though it is in Japanese, it is very interesting and informative for non Japanese speakers. There is enough to watch and hear, so try it out if you are interesting in ancient music.
If you want to know more about Jomon music, here is an excellent article about music and musical instruments in the Jomon period: Jomon music.