Zepp

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The Zepp music halls are a group of Japanese music halls covering every area of the country. The Zepp halls play host to many international tours and are a popular stop among Japanese musicians. Each venue takes the Zepp name, along with the city in which it is located. The Zepp company is a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment Japan.

The Zepp venues are sponsored by the Asahi Breweries.

Locations[edit]

From north to south:

Zepp Sapporo
  • Founded: April, 1998
  • Capacity: 2,009

43°02′58″N 141°21′11″E / 43.049309°N 141.353194°E / 43.049309; 141.353194

Zepp Tokyo
  • Founded: March, 1999
  • Capacity: 2,709

35°37′33″N 139°46′56″E / 35.625903°N 139.782278°E / 35.625903; 139.782278

Zepp Diver City (Tokyo)
  • Founded: April, 2012
  • Capacity: 2,473

35°37′31″N 139°46′30″E / 35.625139°N 139.775111°E / 35.625139; 139.775111

Zepp Nagoya
  • Founded March, 2005
  • Capacity: 1,792

35°09′48″N 136°53′05″E / 35.1634°N 136.8846°E / 35.1634; 136.8846

Zepp Namba (Osaka)
  • Founded: April, 2012
  • Capacity 2,530

34°39′26″N 135°30′05″E / 34.657361°N 135.501306°E / 34.657361; 135.501306

Zepp Fukuoka
  • Founded: June, 1999
  • Capacity: 2,001

33°35′37″N 130°21′48″E / 33.593553°N 130.363264°E / 33.593553; 130.363264

Former Locations[edit]

Zepp Sendai
  • Founded: August 1, 2000
  • Closed: July, 2012
  • Capacity: 1500

38°15′38″N 140°53′01″E / 38.260537°N 140.883569°E / 38.260537; 140.883569

Zepp Osaka
  • Founded: November, 1998
  • Closed: April, 2012
  • Capacity: 2200

34°38′28″N 135°25′01″E / 34.641026°N 135.416972°E / 34.641026; 135.416972

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