Kenban-do¯ , the Japanese name of the store, means "The Hall of

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Kenban-do¯ , the Japanese name of the store, means "The Hall of
Kenban-dō, the Japanese name of the store,
means "The Hall of Keyboard Instruments"
T
his store is one of the largest in Japan dedicated
to keyboards and accordions for light music.
From the latest synthesizers to organs and stage
pianos, the large showroom floor is covered with a
myriad of intriguing instruments. In the section for
accordions, over 50 models are always on display,
including Bugari products for which Ikebe is the
import agent in Japan. Specialized repair staff trained
at the Bugari Armando factory
in Italy are always on hand,
so you can benefit from their
know-how and experience.
A place to play and compare
keyboard instruments to your
heart's content — that is the
Kenban-dō in Shibuya.
Established May 2003
Kenban-dō (Keyboards, Synthesizers, Organs, Accordions, Other Keyboard Instruments)
Daisanfujishoji Bld.7F, Sakuragaokacho 24-2, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0031 Japan
[email protected]
11:00 to 20:00
Closest station: Shibuya (JR Line, Inokashira Line, Toyoko Line)
BUGARI ACCORDION Japan import agent
http://www.bugari.jp/