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1-24-7 Shibuya Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
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Nestled on the bustling Meiji Dori, this bar is a salaryman's haven. Smoke-filled and dimly lit, this is the perfect atmosphere for relaxing and listening to some classic records, without all of the pretentiousness.

All of the music played here is on vinyl, focusing heavily on 70's and 80's R&B/soul/rock/pop, with each track selected and changed by a single staff member.

As it is generally frequented by middle-aged salarymen, expect it to be packed on any weeknight.

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