Address | 〒730-0004 広島県広島市中区東白島町12-9 はくしま東びるB1F
English | B1F Hakushima Higashi Bldg., 12-9 Higashi-Hakushima-chou, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima-ken 730-0004
Contact | 082-222-0971
Website | http://s.maho.jp/homepage/c1394ahb6c3509b2/ ※last update was in 2007.
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From Hakushima Streetcar Station
- When you get off the street car, if you face the direction the street car was going, you’ll want to head to the left side of the road.
- Cross the street to the right side, heading in the direction of the Sunkus convenience store.
- Once you are across the street, turn left and continue on.
- You will pass by a yellow building and then a Hiroshima bank. Turn right on the next available street and continue on.
- Turn left down the next available street and continue on.
- Hakushima Bad Lands will be on this street to the right side.
- Max Capacity: 200.
- Drink Ticket: ￥500.
- Box Office: Unconfirmed.
- Accessibility: Basement level 1, stairs only.
- Lockers/Cloak: No lockers; cloak unconfirmed.
- Restrooms: Inside the main hall area there is a unisex bathroom. There is also a women’s only bathroom at the foot of the stairs near the entrance.
- Merchandise: Set up in the back.
- Rail: Slightly tall and very, very rickety.
- Lining up: Outside until doors and then along staircase. If you are going to a live here, it probably will have no numbers and be by band reservation only, which means first come first served.
- Demachi: Unconfirmed. But since they are really relaxed and allow reentry, it’s probably fine.
- Reentry: You can reenter as many times as you like if they have stamped your hand.
- The Hakushima streetcar line runs from the Hatchobori streetcar stop to the Hakushima streetcar stop and is ￥110 yen. To get to the Hatchobori streetcar stop you can walk from Hondori shopping street, Hiroshima Bus Center or take a streetcar from Hiroshima Station.
- While this livehouse has no current home page and as far as I can tell tickets do not go through the usual playguides, this livehouse is NOT defunct. Reservations are most likely going to be done through the bands themselves. Bad Lands has a nice relaxed atmosphere.