Samurai Dave: The Roving Ronin Report

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Rockin’ It In Japan – The Sushi Cabaret Club Mini-Documentary

The following is a look at a mostly foriegn rock band, the Sushi Cabaret Club, based in Nagoya, Japan.

The members hail from Scotland, England, Australia, and Japan. They talk about their music, what brought them to Japan, what it’s like for bands in Japan, and what it’s like playing for Japanese audiences.

They also dispell a few myths like how easy it is for Western musicians to make it big in Japan.

A few of their fans talk about their interest in the band’s music as well.

The Sushi Cabaret Club site

I used another one of their songs in my Seijin-no-Hi (Japan’s Coming of Age Day) video:

It’s also up for votes for possible airing on Current TV:
Sushi Cabaret Club on Current TV – Please Vote!!!

Here are two videos the band made themselves while they still had their first drummer:

July 24, 2008 - Posted by | culture, current tv, documentary, entertainment, japan, life, music, music videos, musicians, musicians in Japan, pop culture, rock, rock band, The Sushi Cabaret Club, video, vlog, youtube | , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. they’re not too bad but for Jrock,Dir En Gray rules! Jrock guitarists have such cool guitars too!
    http://japansugoi.com/wordpress/jrock-guitars-are-unique/

    Comment by andy | April 8, 2009 | Reply


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