Live From the Kitchen Disco, “the most eclectic live show in Tokyo”, is a free monthly showcase of the capital’s melting pot of homegrown and international music in the intriguing setting of an Indian restaurant.
October’s show stars:
Les Zend Uz (Japanese solo electric rock)
Mike & Ade (International “rockin'” guitar and mandolin duo)
Parallel Lives (International acoustic duo)
Manami Nix (Japanese solo acoustic passion)
The Applepie (Japanese rock/pop trio)
Anthony Mastrullo (Australian solo acoustic blues influenced rock). In Japan for a promotional tour.
Free entry, no minimum charge. Non-smoking (ashtray in lobby of the building). Free wi-fi. All ages welcome.
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One of central Tokyo’s biggest but least-known ‘Bon’ dance festivals. The area around the bus rotary on the west side of JR Ebisu Station is transformed into a giant yukata-clad dance circle around the lantern strewn yagura at the center. […]
6:00pm – 9:30pm