Now through July 21, you are cordially invited to the 杯音圏 (Hai-Ne-Ken) creative space in Harajuku. Come mix with people you have yet to meet, listen to music you have yet to hear, and experience art and culture you have yet to encounter. “杯” represents the celebration of cheers (kampai), “音” represents sound and “圏” represents the area in which it all happens. Here in 杯音圏, titles, social statuses, borders and genders have no meaning. Just open a bottle and when the “kampai” resounds you are in 杯音圏. There will be parties every Friday night and events hosted by “city shapers” on weekdays. Drop by to find out what it is all about. Entrance is FREE and your first drink is on the house!
Open weekdays & Saturdays 11:00-21:00 | BAR OPEN 17:00 – | Closed Sundays
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