More than a century ago in the basement of the Grand Cafe in Paris, pioneer filmmakers Auguste and Louis Lumiere dazzled audiences with one of the world’s first public viewings of a motion picture.

Like the Grand Cafe, The Pink Cow in Shibuya periodically offers independent filmmakers an impressive space to present their most recent projects, while giving film buffs a chance to see something a bit different from the regular multiplex fare and even dine in style from the kitchen.

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