TODAY 7/7(Tue)

Dairo Suga 5DAYS new little one

Open 19:00 / Start 19:30

3,000 yen + tax (one drink included)

Reservations (priority admission at the time of opening) will be accepted from 11:00 AM on June 1st from the ticket reservation form on each performan...

TODAY 7/7(Tue)

Pan-cake

Open 13:30 / Start 14:00

1,300 yen + tax (one drink included)

TODAY 7/7(Tue)

Dairo Suga 5DAYS new little one

Open 19:00 / Start 19:30

3,000 yen + tax (one drink included)

Reservations (priority admission at the time of opening) will be accepted from 11:00 AM on June 1st from the ticket reservation form on each performan...

TODAY 7/7(Tue)

Pan-cake

Open 13:30 / Start 14:00

1,300 yen + tax (one drink included)

SCHEDULE

COMING SOON

PICK UP ARTIST

NOTICE

INTERVIEW

Tamaya Honda 3DAYS

August 13 (Thurs) / July 14 (Fri) / July 15 (Sat)
Open19:00 / Start19:30
13日: 3,000 yen + tax
14日,15日: 3,500 yen + tax
*We will start accepting reservations at the reception counter of Shinjuku Pit Inn, or by phone (03-3354-2024), or via the ticket reservation form of each performance from 11 AM on July 1, Wednesday. (Customers who made reservations will be given reference numbers for priority entrance.)

 

13日 TAMAXILLE
Tamaya Honda (ds), Shinpei Ruike (tp), May Inoue (g), Takashi Sugawa (b)
14日 Tamaya Honda Special Session
Tamaya Honda (ds), Toshinori Kondo (electric-tp), Tsuneo Imahori (g), Mitsuru Nasuno (b)
15日 Takehiro Honda Tribute Band
Tamaya Honda (ds), Kosuke Mine (ts), Miyuki Moriya (as), Satoshi Izumi (g), Fumio Itabashi (p), Yasushi Yoneki (b)

 

What will be the situation in August as of this writing? Are the musicians back to work as usual? Are the stores open for business as usual? This Covid-19 pandemic may affect all of us for more than a year, and we will have to live with it according to our own ways of thinking and positions. The state of emergency was declared on April 7 and was extended to May, although there were hints that it would be mitigated to some extent depending on the situation. However, I was almost crossing the bounds and was even losing my attachment to playing music. It was honestly how I was. An old restaurant in Chofu has been closed due to the pandemic. The owner of the restaurant said, “I couldn’t see the future, and my heart was broken.”

I truly understand how he felt. I feel the same way as he does. Disheartened and unmotivated, “for what and for who” are we enduring this situation? I remember that I read a story about the late writer Hisashi Inoue in a newspaper after the Great East Japan Earthquake. It was the culture column of the Yomiuri Shimbun dated April 28, 2011. “People say, “Hold on, Japan. I believe in the power of Japan.” But Mr. Inoue may not have empathized with such words. Since wielding a cause was what he hated most.” “Mr. Inoue always spoke out what everyone thoughts were right, or what people thought wrong in their hearts but couldn’t speak out loud.” I can’t help but feel the present situation is something like that. What is the purpose of voluntary restraint, and furthermore, the establishment of a new normal of life?

However, people are all different and we all have different strengths and weaknesses, qualities and personalities (I hate the word “sense of values” though). I would like to say this out loud: people don’t live in prison camps, they live in a series of happenings. I’ve been really exhausted while going through this time with the self-restraint depression. We are still living in an unusual situation and there is still a fear of the second wave of coronavirus, but I feel that there is a brighter path back to our normal lives. I myself feel that this 3DAYS event at the Pit Inn is always something special to me, but this year, it will be even more special and I am thrilled to think of it as an important event. I am a musician and all I can do it to prove something with my music rather than words. I would like to thank all the musicians who have agreed to play during this 3DAYS event in spite of the current difficult circumstances. I am grateful for your support and hope to make this 3DAYS my opportunity to convey something important via my music.

– Takaya Honda

INFORMATION

Live basic information
Daytime
OPEN PM1:30
START PM2:00~PM4:30
1,300 yen + tax (one drink included)
minimum fee 2,500 yen + tax (Sat, Sun, Holidays)

Evening Show
OPEN PM7:00
START PM7:30
minimum fee 3,000 yen + tax (one drink included)

We accept reservations
Shinjuku Pit Inn
Reservations by Phone
Reservations by Phone:03-3354-2024
Reservations by email
Reservations by email

We accept reservations by phone, email, and via our website at the Shinjuku Pit Inn.
For the customers who make reservations by email, we will send a confirmation email of the reservation. If you have not received the confirmation email from us, please contact us at the Shinjuku Pit Inn. The advance ticket has a reference number for priority entrance (in the order of reservation).
Hours for ticket sales and reservations: 13:00 - 22:30 (The deadline for reservations and the change of the number of the ticket is 22:30 of the previous day.)

Guidance of rental hall
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Weekdays
80,000 yen + tax
Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays
140,000 yen + tax
Fee includes PA system, lightings, piano rental. No drum set.
Option: plus 10,000 yen + tax for the use of a waiting room for Studio A of the Studio Pit Inn. This optional fee includes the rental fee of the drum set equipped in the Studio A. The drum set is also available for the use on stage.
For details, please contact us via email.

CONTACT US

The email form below is for questions and inquiries only. Please make a reservation from the form on each show information page.

Name*
Email*
Message
*Please specify the artist's name and the date of the concert when making resevataion-related inquiries.

inquiries:03-3354-2024

ACCESS

Shinjuku Pitinn
〒160-0022
2-12-4 ACCORD BLDG. B1
Shinjuku shinjuku-ku Tokyo JAPAN
TEL:03-3354-2024

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