Opened in October 2015 on the fourth floor of a very average-looking building in the quiet Namikibashi area just south of Shibuya Station, Point 66 stays open through the night and fills up with energetic musos almost every evening. The brainchild of Katsuji Maezono, who ran legendary Nishi-Azabu club 328 for 36 years until it was forced to close in June, Point is one of those rare places in Tokyo where big-name artists can hang out without being bothered by other patrons. If you're a serious muso, you owe it to yourself to check this one out – preferably on a weekend, when there are always gigs taking place.
|Venue name:||Point 66||Contact:|
MT Estate Bldg 4F, 3-15-2 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku
|Opening hours:||7pm-5am daily|