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 34th free show. This month’s Kitchen Disco stars are Grant Rolls (New Zealand folk singer-songwriter), Layer of Generation (Japanese 60s/70s rock covers band), Magic Marmalade (International acoustic duo), Ultra Girls (Japanese analogue synth), Takashi Umemiya & the Comrades (International reggae band). The live music is supported by a great menu of Indian fusion food.
Free admission. No minimum charge. Non-smoking (ashtray in building lobby). All ages. Free wi-fi.
Jodoji is a temple in Akasaka in the shadow of the Biz Tower. This festival is one of the first summer festivals in the area and sees an interesting mix of residents and local office workers converging on the temple. […]
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Dance to the beat of the taiko drums—or just watch—at this annual Bon dance festival at Tsukiji Honganji temple. As a bonus of being so close to the gourmet hot spots of Tsukiji Market and Ginza, there will be various […]