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Feb 11, 2017

Dance Studios

Any recommendations for cheap or free dance studios in Tokyo?

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  • AnnaAbola

    on Feb 11

    What kind of dance genre are you looking for? :)

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  • Babina

    on Feb 12

    May be this link is useful, not quite sure though. http://www.timeout.com/tokyo/sport-and-fitness/looking-for-a-dance-class-in-tokyo

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  • AnnaAbola

    on Feb 13

    Yes that link is also useful. I tried Architanz and it's a really good school! Though I haven't had a teacher who can speak fluent English. I'm also interested in Aoyama Dancing Square but the website isn't working. I wonder if it is already closed? I've been going to Pole Dance Tokyo wherein they have aerial arts like hoop, silk and of cours pole. Website: http://www.poledancetokyo.com/e/ Lastly, I had a trial class just recently in The Broadway Dance Center near Okubo station. I think it's the biggest studio in Tokyo. They have 4 different studios with a gazillion classes each day and some teachers are from the States. They have different genres for different levels. Website: http://b-d-c.jp

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