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.
As the name suggests, this little market is all about reducing waste and wastefulness—the perfect antidote to Tokyo’s shop-till-you-drop culture. It’s a good place to pick up snazzy secondhand clothes for cheap-cheap, as well as DVDs, CDs (remember those?), books […]
Running for over 40 years, the Edogawa Fireworks Festival is one of the more senior fireworks festivals in Tokyo. The venue, on the banks of the Edo River, is a 25-minute walk from JR Koiwa Station and a 15-minute walk […]
Taking place either in Nakano or Ikebukuro, this small flea market is punted at the ladies, though, in our experience, can be a good time for all genders. Check it out for previously-loved clothing, crafts, antiques and all sorts of […]
The Ark Hills antique market is much classier compared to some of Tokyo’s usual fairs. In addition to the amazing finds you can usually dig up at a flea market like jewelry and home goods, you can also find stylish […]
11:00am – 5:00pm