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The hip, cultural spot ‘Tabloid’ was first opened on the dawn of May 2010, after 2 years in the making. It was converted from an old printing factory and now serves as a multi-purpose space約2年近いプロジェクト期間を経て、2010年5月東京・日の出に誕生した、カルチャースポット「タブロイド」。古い印刷工場がコンバージョンされた、多目的なイベントスペースにスタジオ機能を併せ持つ、新たな文化発信拠点だ。“クリエイターズ・ディストリクト”という大きなメインコンセプトを掲げ、東京の湾岸でクリエイターたちに刺さるような面白い空間を目指している。


エントランスにはフリーのブックスペースの他に、テラス付きのビストロ・カフェ「OVER ALL」(オーバーオール/写真)がある。ポークジンジャー、ハンバーグ、牛ハラミのコチュジャン焼きなどの定食(1,200円〜)を始め、「国産豚ロース ブルーチーズとフルーツのチャツネ」(2,800円)など、本日のスペシャルメニューが揃い、一皿のポーションも大ぶりで食べ応えがあるのが特徴だ。



Text: mina
for various events. Together with studio facilities, Tabloid acts as a transmission point from which a new culture can be dissipated. The main concept of the place is to act as a ‘creators’ district’ by Tokyo Bay, and the place aims to become an interesting space where creative people can gather.

This facility, which gets its name from the printed newspapers we all know as ‘tabloids’, pays tribute to the traces of history left behind by the building it used to be through its design, which aims to preserve as much of the site’s structure as possible. Many rooms, including hidden rooms, huge event spaces, as well as unique photography studios have been constructed, as well as a concept cafe based on the idea of a factory canteen.

Aside from the free book space located at the entrance, a bistro cafe named ‘OVER ALL’ (photo) also comes furnished with a terrace. The bistro is truly special in its generosity with the portions of its food, which include a wide array of meals such as daily specials, set meals such as ginger pork, hamburg steak, and grilled beef marinated with gochujang sauce starting from 1,200 yen and other sets such as Japanese pork roast with blue cheese and fruit chutney costing about 2,800 yen.

Of course, Tabloid serves as a gathering spot for both local and foreign artists alike, in which they can experience something influential for the senses. It is recommended to visit when visiting Shibaura-futo and Odaiba-kaihin-koen by taking the Yurikamome line, but if the weather permits, it’s also a fantastic experience to stroll along the path that starts from Hamamatsucho. (It will take 6 mins by the Yurikamome line from the JR Shimbashi station). What sort of a Tokyo is being projected to the rest of the world? Perhaps Tabloid provides you with one of many answers.

Address: 2-6-24 Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-5484-7704 (SOULPLANET)

Text: mina
Translation: Bonnie Oeni


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