Entertainment

Baseball in Harajuku & Aoyama

Jingū Baseball Stadium

Jingū Baseball Stadium, built in 1926, is home to the Yakult Swallows, Tokyo’s number-two team (but number-one when it comes to fan loyalty). Night games start at 6pm; weekend games start at 1pm or 2pm. Get tickets …
Theatre in Harajuku & Aoyama

National Nō Theatre

The traditional music, poetry and dances that nō is famous for unfold here on an elegant cypress stage. Each seat has a small screen displaying an English translation of the dialogue. Shows take place only a few tim…
Live Music in Harajuku & Aoyama

Crocodile

Decked out in neon, mirrors and chrome, Crocodile is a classic dive. Live music of all sorts plays here nightly, but the most popular event is the English comedy night put on by Tokyo Comedy Store on the last Friday…
Jazz in Harajuku & Aoyama

Blue Note Tokyo

This is the place to take in the likes of Maceo Parker, Herbie Hancock and Doctor John. Just like its sister acts in New York and Milan, the digs here are classily decorated with dark wood and deep velvet. Tickets t…