Oct 18
~
Oct 20

Nomad Stories Photography Exhibition by Roam

Free

Roam Tokyo is hosting a photography exhibition: ‘Nomad Stories’. Come trace the wild beauty of the modern nomadic story, through the eyes of our community members. Live their experiences at Roam and on the road through incredible photography. Most of all, come eat, drink and celebrate this adventurous life with Roam.

The Exhibition is open from 10am everyday with special events each evening.

Wednesday 18th Oct:
Craft Beer tasting by ABC Coffee 6pm

Thursday 19th Oct:
Coffee Talk by ABC Coffee 6pm

Friday 20th Oct:
Closing Party from 5pm with live music by Bacelva John and local cuisine from Haisai Cafe

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