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.
A traditional festival in Thailand, Songkran is known as the watering festival, and in Japan has been transformed into a music event. Past headliners have included Knife Party, Yellow Claw and Nicky Romero along with Jay Hardway, Bass Jackers and […]
This is a chance to watch yabusame, the impressive Japanese martial art of horse-mounted archery (it’s quite difficult to hit a target from a moving horse) in Asakusa. Although the event starts at 11.45 am, it’s recommended that you get there […]
Tokaigi Game Party is, well, a mega gaming party taking place at the Makuhari Messe convention center. The weekend line up includes game tournaments, game commentary, a hands-on game area, musical performances, cosplay, workshops, game-themed food court, original goods shop and […]
Combine your hanami with a bit of classic Tokyo style at Roppongi’s Midtown Blossom event. Held in and around the Tokyo Midtown complex and Hinoki-cho Park from mid-March to mid-April, Midtown Blossom features not only a stunning 200m-long avenue of cherry […]
8:00am – 11:00pm