Tokyo city view countdown 2011

December 20th, 2010By Category: Events

Held every year, the Tokyo city view countdown is one way to see the sun set on 2010 and look forward to all that next year will bring while overlooking Tokyo’s nightscape and accompanied by live music from some of the best DJs around. For all those who wish to join us there, here are the details:

Event Name TOKYO CITY VIEW COUNTDOWN 2011

When 31st of December 2010Friday21:005:00

Venue MADO LOUNGE + Tokyo City View

Roppongi Hills Mori Building 52F

Live Schadaraparr/ Monday Michiru / cro-magnon

Djs Shuya OkinoKyoto Jazz Massive/ DJ NORI / Toshio Matsuura / Raphael SebbagUnited Future Organization) Hirosi KawabeTokyo No.1 Soul Set/ DJ KENSEI / YAMA a.k.a SAHIBJazz Brothers ProductionEiji TakebanaJazz Brothers Production/ ShachouSOIL&”PIMP”SESSIONS)/ DJ KAWASAKI / 246 / grooveman Spot / DJ KOGA

VJSECRET DESIGNZ

Price6,000 yen at the door 5,000 yen in advance

Ticket Service: Lawson Ticket L code74526

Meet up is at ‘Lookout point’ on the museum’s 3F.

Mado Lounge:

http://www.ma-do.jp/

Tokyo City View:

http://www.roppongihills.com/tcv

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Nosaka Automata Museum(Isekougen)

“Automata” – mechanized works of art that were produced by some of the finest watchmakers in Europe during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Nosaka Automata Museum is unique worldwide for it’s collection of exceptional automata. It opened in the spring of 2000 on Sakuranamiki Street in Japan’s famous resort town of Izu-Kogen.

http://www.automata.co.jp/

Here is the highlight reel:

Photo credit: Halfd / Wikimedia

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Author of this article

ProfoundTV

ProfoundTV is a producer of video entertainment covering Japan's music, art and cultural scenes. Our broadcasts go out to thousands everyday via the large-screens standing at iconic locations including Shibuya's scramble crossing, Shimbashi Station and Akihabara. PTV also distributes its videos in the TV departments of Yamada Denki stores in the Tokyo area.

PTV is constantly expanding its media coverage, collaborating with magazines and websites meaning wherever you go for your entertainment – we've got something for ya.

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