Tokyo Bar Circuit 2021


This year we have been working hard for the release of “Nabeshima” album.

We are now a new band with a new lineup, and we have been practicing hard as a band.

We did photo sessions, made videos, and communicating with the world on social media.

Our new album “Nabeshima” will be released soon, on July 6th 2021.


Now it’s time for us to start playing live shows.

In the future we want to tour oversea countries, but at this point we are playing in Japan. (Until we can travel safely in the world.)


At the same time, we have started playing acoustic shows, under the name of “藍色伊万里” (Aiiro Imari – we call it “Imari Blue” in English).

Because playing acoustic makes more sense in Japanese local music scene.
(If you see our Instagram, you can see we already played 2 acoustic shows recently.)


For some reasons, we choose to play smaller local bars rather than regular “Live Houses” (that means Japanese typical music venues).

One of the reasons is we prefer playing in intimate situations.
Another reason is we love going underground rather than playing in the commercial system.

So when we realized, we are booked in these local bars, where underground music is still alive.

We call it “Tokyo Bar Circuit”.

We play new sounds from the streets of underground Tokyo.
And we bring it to the world.


Here is the current dates.


July 6th Tue
Online streaming on Instagram and Facebook (Because album release!)
11AM Japan time, 2AM UTC (London), July 5th 7PM PDT (California)
We play 3 songs from the studio.

July 24th Sat
Suzuran House (Sagamihara, Kanagawa)
Band show

August 5th Thu
Black & Blue (Kichijoji, Tokyo)
Acoustic show

August 8th Sun
Summer Of Love (Sagamihara, Kanagawa)
Acoustic show

August 27th Fri
El Puente (Yokohama, Kanagawa)
Special band show with a longer set

September 20th (Mon/Holiday)
Black & Blue (Kichijoji, Tokyo)
Band show

October 23th Sat
Okubo Suizokukan (Shin-Okubo, Tokyo)
Band show


More dates to be added.
For details please check our social media updates.
Please bear in mind that these events are subject to change due to the unpredictable risk of COVID-19 situation.

To see this information in Japanese, please check our Japanese website here.



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