This music venue opened in January 2004. Produced by Jamiroquai’s Jay Kay duo has come to be a place talked about all over town. The space accommodates 300 people (seating) , 700 people (standing) , though in terms of Tokyo live performance houses that is rather small scale. That being said, the sound is good and one can see the stage well from everywhere. This venue isn’t short on legendary performer’s coming in from abroad, either. One point to keep in mind: there is also a live performance venue on the second floor of the O-East Building, so on performance days be careful not to mistake the entrance.



O-East Bldg 1F 2-14-8 Dogenzaka, Shibuya, Tokyo

Transport Shibuya Station

Telephone 03 5459 8716


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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