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'''Event listings''': [https://www.tochoh.com/ Tochoh] music events, [http://bloc.jp/ bloc], [https://www.tokyogigguide.com/en/ Tokyo Gig Guide], [http://www.tokyoartbeat.com/index.en Tokyo Art Beat].
 
'''Event listings''': [https://www.tochoh.com/ Tochoh] music events, [http://bloc.jp/ bloc], [https://www.tokyogigguide.com/en/ Tokyo Gig Guide], [http://www.tokyoartbeat.com/index.en Tokyo Art Beat].
  
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* [https://www.3331.jp/en/ 3331 Arts Chiyoda], art space, Chiyoda, *c.2010
 
* [https://www.3331.jp/en/ 3331 Arts Chiyoda], art space, Chiyoda, *c.2010
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* [http://ira.tokyo/ Irregular Rhythm Asylum], bookstore & infoshop, Shinjuku, *2004
 
* [http://ira.tokyo/ Irregular Rhythm Asylum], bookstore & infoshop, Shinjuku, *2004
 
* [http://www.kiryuusha.com/ Kiryuusha], book cafe, Setagaya
 
* [http://www.kiryuusha.com/ Kiryuusha], book cafe, Setagaya
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* [http://knuttelhouse.com/ Knuttel House], avant jazz and folk music bar, Taito
 
* [http://lilmag.org/ Lilmag], zine store
 
* [http://lilmag.org/ Lilmag], zine store
 
* [http://losapson.shop-pro.jp/ Los Apson?], record store, Suginami, *1994
 
* [http://losapson.shop-pro.jp/ Los Apson?], record store, Suginami, *1994

Revision as of 09:50, 16 September 2019

Event listings: Tochoh music events, bloc, Tokyo Gig Guide, Tokyo Art Beat.

Spaces, venues
Events

The Mall festival (*2018), No Limit: Tokyo Autonomous Zone festival (2016), Tokyo Zinester Gathering (*2014).

Publications
  • Andrew Maerkle, Roger McDonald, "Alternative Spaces in Japan", Asia Art Archive, 1 Mar 2006.
  • Osamu Ikeda (池田修), アートイニシアティブ:リレーする構造 [Art Initiative Communicative Infrastructure], Yokohama: BankART1929, 2009, 223 pp. [2] (Japanese)
  • Genron, ed. Hiroki Azuma, Tokyo: Genron, since 2015. Critical magazine. [3]
See also


Cities
alternative base

Amsterdam, Bergen, Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, London, New York City, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rotterdam, Vienna, Warsaw, Zagreb