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Daytime Show OPEN 2:00PM
START 2:30 - 5:00PM
1,300+tax yen (1 drink included)
2,500+tax yen〜
(Sat, Sun, National Holidays)
Evening Show OPEN 7:30PM
3,000 yen〜 (1 drink included)
Some shows may start at 19:30, opening the doors at 19:00. Will be mentioned in the schedule page.
Telephone reservations can be made at 03-3354-2024.
About Rental Hall
Available at 12:00PM - 5:00PM
82,400 yen (Weekdays)
144,200 yen (Sat, Sun, National Holidays) (PA lightings and piano rental fee are all included.)
Discount is available for rehearsal and demo-tape recordings purpose.
Ask the club about the details.
About E-mail Reservation
As well as telephone, you can make reservations by e-mail at:

Reservations and the change of number of people are closed at 11PM on the previous day. Priority entrance for people who made reservations.
For whom made reservations, we will send a confirmation e-mail. If you don't receive the confirmation, please contact us at the club.

2-12-4 ACCORD BLDG. B1
Shinjuku shinjuku-ku Tokyo JAPAN 〒160-0022

Kazutoki Umezu - Petit Ohshigoto 2020 @PIT INN

All of my upper teeth are false teeth. Ironically, when I started playing the clarinet in my first year of middle school, one of my front teeth where the mouthpiece touched often worn down first, and I had to put a false tooth on it. My teeth kept wearing down gradually after that, and although I managed to keep them by getting them stiffened with cement-like glue, the next tooth to the first decayed tooth also wore down and had to be replaced with a false tooth when I was in a college. At the age of 30 when these teeth were mostly beaten by the pressure of the instrument, I decided to get all the upper teeth cut off and replaced the entire upper teeth with the false teeth, and managed to disperse the pressure across the entire teeth. Since then, forty years has passed and the situation got worse. The original teeth that held the false teeth have gradually been worn down year after year, and the last two original teeth are loosened by now. So, if one of the last two upper teeth goes bad, my entire upper teeth will be finished. For a saxophone player, I knew that both the teeth and the capacity of the inside of the mouth were important, but I have not known yet how crucial they would be. Can I really play saxophone with false teeth in the same way as I used to play?

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2-12-4 ACCORD BLDG. B1
Shinjuku shinjuku-ku Tokyo JAPAN
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