About BonOdori Izakaya
Japan has a culture called Bon Odori, which has a history of approximately 1,000 years.
"Bon Odori" is a dance for worshiping ancestors in the "Bon (盆) season" (July-August) derived from Buddhism, and there are more than 1,000 different types of dance nationwide Japan.
Japan's Three Great Bon Odori Festival, 西馬音内 盆踊り（ Nishimonai Bon Odori ）in Akita Prefecture, 郡上踊り（Gujo Odori ) in Gifu Prefecture, 阿波踊り（Awa Odori） in Tokushima Prefecture. More than 10 million people participate in the "Bon Odori" every year across the country.
The Bon Odori, often held as a "festival" where many people gather and enjoy. Bon Odori can be freely attended and experienced by young and old men and women. Also, foreign guests can.
At the "Bon Odori " venue, the same songs repeat over and over, so even a person who does not know how to dance can watch, learn and attend quickly.
Usually, people dance in traditional Japanese costumes such as "Yukata."
Many times in "Bon Odori" similar songs, and a quite identical choreographies, so your mood can be effortlessly uplifting and fun.
Also, it is easier to create a sense of unity and communication by dancing in a circle or forming a procession with everyone.
Besides, food and goods stalls often appear in the hall, and you can dance and enjoy while eating and drinking.
Bon Odori Izakaya(Traditional Japanese pub) is now open to offer the place where you can experience such fascinating Japanese culture all year round in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
Come and dance, drink and have fun with us!
※ For reservation, please check the available date and time.
Try our free Yukata!
No dress code. You can dance either in Yukata or the clothes you are wearing.
- Ageha Bijyo -
- Bonjo -
- Awaodori / Warakuren -
- Ushibuka Haiya Bushi
/ Tokyo Ushibuka Haiya -
- MESUT DOGAN -
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