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Tokyo Rockabilly Club




Rockabilly is one of the earliest styles of rock and roll music and has become associated with the fashion of 1950s Greaser subculture. Rockabilly's popularity may have peaked over half a century ago but is still alive and well in Tokyo.

Every Sunday afternoon at Yoyogi park (a short walk from the famous Harajuku station) members of the Tokyo Rockabilly Club congregate to drink some beers, eat some o-bento, listen to some tunes and boogie.

It is quite a sight to see ... and since they meet right at the entrance to the park (the most crowded part of the massive park) they don't seem to mind a few onlookers.
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