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Jul
 2015

Belgian Beer Weekend Hiroshima 2015

Belgian Beer Weekend is not a cheap event, but at 3,100yen for 11 tokens that can be exchanged for up to 4 super strength Belgian beers, a very fancy beer glass and lots of entertainment, it’s good value compared to the many Belgian beer bars.

Hiroshima is the 5th city on the Belgian Beer Weekend roadshow and the venue will be the Former Hiroshima Municipal Stadium. To avoid queues at the venue you can get buy a ticket in advance for 3,100yen from Seven Eleven, Ticket PIA or Circle K Sunkus using the instructions on the website. You can also purchase the starter kit (glass, wrist band, 11 tokens and guide) on the day for the same price.

Entertainment will be provided by Belgian artists Pieter-Jan De Smet, Roland and The Rhythm Junks.

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