Last weekend was the annual celebration in Tokyo of Peru's independence, involving the Peru embassy and several sponsoring companies and organizations, including the discount telephone card and overseas money remittance company, Brastel.
As usual, the Peruvian independence celebrations were held in Studio Coast, an event space in the Shin-Kiba district of Koto ward in Tokyo.
Studio Coast has a deceptively small front for its massive size, and features several different floors and spaces for different kinds of parties, and for different dance floors at parties. The main dance space is cavernous, dominated by a gigantic disco ball, and a very high-powered sound system. Studio Coast's location in Shin-Kiba is in an industrial district far from residential zones, meaning that the sound can be cranked up without fear of annoying anyone.
Studio Coast is the venue for both live events and club events, the best known of its club events being the long-running Ageha club night and the very popular Shangri-La series of gay club nights.
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