Sat, Jul
04

4th of July Comedy Show + Dinner

7:30pm – 9:30pm
¥4,000 – ¥4,500

3 Monkeys Entertainment brings you a special 4th of July comedy show at Hudson New York Dining in Higashi-Nakano featuring comedians from Taiwan, Japan, South-East Asia and the USA.

Asahi beer and house wine will be priced at 500 yen all night.

Doors will open at 6:30 pm and the show will start at about 7:30 pm. To ensure a good seat, it’s recommended you arrive early and enjoy your meal before the comedy show begins.

The event will end at 9:30 pm.

Seating will be limited due to COVID-19 protocol, so arrive early. (Organizers reserve the right to reject patrons due to overcapacity and if patrons are showing symptoms.)

Ticket options

  • 4,000 yen – chicken plate, apple pie, 1 drink and comedy show
  • 4,500 yen – chicken and ribs combo plate, apple pie, 1 drink and comedy show

*Vegetarian option is available on early request. Please send us an email at 3monkeysent@gmail.com to request.

Directions: Hudson New York Dining is about a 3 minutes’ walk from Higashi Nakano JR West Exit and Oedo A3 exit

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