With its fantastic sound system and dance floor, Liquidroom is the live music venue to head to for a fun night out in Ebisu.
Liquidroom - image © Florentyna Leow
Once known for its energetic all-night events, Liquidroom’s move from Shinjuku to the distinctly more upscale neighborhood of Ebisu has tamed its offerings somewhat.
Don’t get us wrong: it still has one of the best sound systems in town, with a 900 person-capacity dance floor to match. There are fewer late night events than there used to be, but the focus is now on live music. Liquidroom continues to be well-loved by Tokyoites.
With a mix of smaller bands and major artists both domestic and international on the schedule, Liquidroom is a good place to watch some live music. Check their website to see what’s on. Tickets go quickly, so plan ahead.
3-16-6 Higashi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0011
Varies by event
Varies by event
Train: 3-minute walk from the west exit of Ebisu Station on the JR Yamanote line.
Official website (Japanese)
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