There aren't many compelling reasons to go to Hatagaya, but this is one of them. Café and studio Forestlimit has been keeping things defiantly unpredictable since it opened in March 2010, with a diet of art shows, dance parties and left-of-centre music gigs.


B1F, 2-8-15 Hatagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Transport Hatagaya Station (Keio New line)


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