Last Update : 
Daytime Show OPEN 2:00PM
START 2:30 - 5:00PM
1,300 yen (1 drink included)\2,500 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
80,000 yen (Weekdays)
140,000 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
About Iwahara Pit Inn
@ Iwahara Kogen (plateau), Yuzawa-cho, Niigata-ken

Iwahara Pit Inn is our multiple recreational facilities with natural hot spring, hotel, restaurant, bar, event and concert space. Our staff's wish is to have our customers enjoy a truly relaxing time.

Ned Rothenberg 2Days

It is hard to believe but its 8 years since I have been to Japan. The Japanese audience is highly focused, so interested in new ideas, and I have missed it very much. From 1986 to 2000 I made numerous trips there and combined deep study of shakuhachi and Japanese traditional music with collaborations with some of Japan's foremost creative improvisors. I found unique common ground with people like Satoh Masahiko, Uchihashi Kazuhisa, Umezu Kazutoki, Otomo Yoshihide, Tanaka Yumiko, Toyozumi Yoshisaburo, Yagi Michio, Sawai Kazue, and great musical inspiration from my teachers Yokoyama Katsuya and Yamaguchi Goro. I also had the opportunity to work there with other foreign musicians like John Zorn, Samm Bennett, Kang Taw Hwan, Carl Stone and Barre Phillips in a very fertile setting quite different from the environments in Europe or New York. These experiences and relationships are incredibly important to me to this day. I am very grateful to Pit Inn for welcoming me back and look forward to re-invigorating my connection to the Japanese music scene.

Ned Rothenberg

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