A Scottish alt-rock band with five studio albums under their belt, The Jesus and Mary Chain are coming to Tokyo. Ever since the release of ‘Upside Down’ in 1984 the band have been a staple in the British rock scene and were inspired by The Velvet Underground, Pink Floyd and The Shangri-Las. Despite breaking up in 1997, the band reformed in 2007, performing at Coachella and going on to release new album Damage and Joy in 2017 and supporting Nine Inch Nails on their tour.
Please note that a cash drink purchase is required upon entry, in addition to the entry ticket. Doors open at 6pm and the show will start at 7pm.
Nagasaki becomes Kyushu’s party capital in early August, with the Sasebo Seaside Festival. The Festival’s main draw is the island’s largest firework display in the evening on the first day. If summer hanabi isn’t your jam (and if not, why […]
This is a horse race which takes place in Shiojiri City on the grassy Takabocchi Plateau. With around 80 competitors from throughout Japan, organizers claim that it is the highest altitude horse race to take place in Japan. Apart from […]
The Hinokuni Matsuri is a festival that takes place in early August predominantly in and around Sunroad Shinshigai (a covered arcade) in Kumamoto City. The festival will feature various dance troupes and competitions as well as a “Natsu Machi Yokocho” […]
This display takes place on the Northern side of the Lake Biwako at Nagahama Port. There are 10,000 rockets launched above the water and the display is best viewed from the small Ho Park which is close to Nagahama station. […]