|Location||2-1-1 Jinnan Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan|
|Owner||Dentsu and Nippon Television|
It was the only purpose-built concert hall or "live house" in the Tokyo metropolitan area that could accommodate 1,500 people. It was a popular venue for concerts by both Japanese and western artists.
On September 27, 2013 was announced through official site the end of activities for next May 31, 2014. The staff of Shibuya-AX requested J, who is the artist with the most performances at the concert hall, to perform one last time at the venue. The concerts titled -Thank You AX!! Good Bye AX!!- was held on May 3–4, 2014.
- Buck-Tick's 2004 live album At the Night Side contains songs that were recorded at their April 30, 2003 performance here.
- Sonata Arctica's performance in this venue on February 5, 2005 (during the Reckoning Night world tour) was recorded and later released as a live DVD For The Sake of Revenge (released in 2006).
- Lady Gaga performed here on June 8, 2009 during The Fame Ball Tour.
- From May 5 to 9, 2011, J held five consecutive concerts here titled "J 14th Anniversary Special Live Set Fire Get Higher -Fire Higher 2011-", each day with different bands such as Mass of the Fermenting Dregs, Nothing's Carved in Stone, Avengers in Sci-Fi, Pay Money to My Pain and The Hiatus.
- South Korean Girl Group, T-ara held First Showcase in this venue on July 5, 2011 before release their debut Japanese single Bo Peep Bo Peep .
- Shibuya-AX served as one of the venues for A-Nation 2012 Music Week.
- For consecutive 3 years, Shibuya-AX was the official "home" of Shibuya-based pop idol group Passpo☆ (last show was on March 1, 2014)
- "Nippon Television's Corporate History". NTV.co.jp. Nippon Television Network Corp. Archived from the original on 2011-12-08. Retrieved 2011-12-19.
- "Announcement about the end of activities for SHIBUYA-AX!". shibuya-ax.com. Retrieved 2013-09-27.
- "Oricon reports about closing announcement for SHIBUYA-AX". Oricon Style. Retrieved 2013-09-27.
- "Natalie.mu reports about closing announcement for SHIBUYA-AX". natalie.mu. Retrieved 2013-09-27.
- "J to Give His Final SHIBUYA-AX Performances". barks.jp. Retrieved 2014-01-17.
- "J Celebrating 14th Anniversary with 5 Days at SHIBUYA-AX!". musicjapanplus.jp. Retrieved 2011-10-22.
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