Showcasing the best of Tokyo’s melting pot of international music, “the most eclectic live show in Tokyo” is serving up a killer lineup for its 33rd free show. This month’s KitchenDisco stars are Chris Baluyut (New York acoustic singer-songwriter), Ian Gronow and the Gentlemen (English pop/rock band), Noriko Shinna (Japanese shamisen player), Sen City Sinners (International Americana/slacker country/power pop band), Slow Wolves Club (International post-punk band), Yoshi Tokio of The Jexit (Solo acoustic The Jam covers). The live music is supported by a great menu of Indian fusion food.
Free admission. No minimum charge. Non-smoking. All ages. Free wi-fi.
For nearly a decade now, This&That Café has been an opportunity for creative minds to converge and collaborate. People come for the art, the music, the good vibes, and the serendipitous interactions. It seems like ages since we have been […]
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 […]
Although this event officially runs for almost a week, apart from Saturday and Sunday in the middle, the festival consists of the decorations only and the traditional tanabata activity of writing your wish on a strip of paper and tying […]
In its 70th year, Hiratsuka’s Tanabata is the biggest in the Kanto region, attracting around 1.7m visitors over the three days of the festival. The colourful festivities will be centered around the shopping street on the north side of Hiratsuka […]
This will be fifth incarnation of the biggest Italian festival in Japan, organised by the Italian Chember of Commerce and offering a taste of Italian life. The two-day event will feature displays of Italian fashion, cars, brands and plenty of […]
10:00am – 8:00pm