Blue Note Tokyo

  • Music
  • Aoyama
  1. ブルーノート東京
  2. ブルーノート東京
  3. ブルーノート東京

Time Out says

The largest jazz club in Tokyo is part of the international Blue Note chain and is well supported by the local music industry. Since its inauguration in 1988, it has been the city's premier destination for jazz enthusiasts and has played host to an array of internationally acclaimed artists. Reflecting the timeless spirit of the original Blue Note in New York, the Tokyo establishment blends the intimate ambience of a classic jazz club, with acts occasionally merging into soul, Latin and classical music genres.


Raika Bldg, 6-3-16 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku
Omotesando Station (Chiyoda, Ginza, Hanzomon lines), exit B3.
Opening hours:
Weekdays 5pm-10pm, weekdays 3.30pm-9pm.

What’s on

John Mayer Solo

  • Concerts

End the year on a high note by catching John Mayer live at Blue Note Tokyo. The Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter is set to play three shows leading up to New Year’s Eve. The December 31st concert will be accompanied by a countdown ceremony and glass of bubbly. John Mayer’s solo tour has taken him across North America and Europe, and he is finally coming to Japan to serenade audiences with memorable hits from his impressive discography of albums including ‘Room for Squares’, ‘Heavier Things’, ‘Continuum’ and ‘Sob Rock’. Pre-sale tickets will be available from November 7 at 12noon JST on Blue Note Tokyo's website. General sales to commence on November 14 at 12noon.

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