Fri, May
25

Stand Up Tokyo x Moxy: Comedy Night

8:00pm – 10:00pm
¥2,000 – ¥2,500

Finally! Pack up your comedy suitcase and make a reservation to laugh because Stand Up Tokyo has joined forces with Tokyo’s newest and most Instagrammable hotel, Moxy Tokyo Kinshicho. Together they’re bringing a fresh, high-quality weekend comedy experience to joke-starved East Tokyo and you’re invited to join the fun.

The event will showcase their funniest comics doing their best material for the guests and the public. To help lubricate the laughs, we are providing a free-flowing nomihoudai (all you can drink) for 2 hours for only 2,000 yen to hotel guests and 2500 yen for the general public.

And check out our comedy-themed cocktail menu:

· Namabeeru Bailey (beer)
· Jerry Aka Wine-feld (red wine)
· White wine-yo body down to the show (white wine)
· Whiskey soda on the Chris Rocks

The surroundings of Moxy’s luxurious-yet-hip lobby and lounge area are perfect for sharing on social media, with colorful displays, a chilled library area and awesome retro games consoles for after the comedy show.

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