This Shibuya hot spot is not only popular with the local youngsters, but also foreigners and tourists from all over. If you want a venue that is brimming with energy with live musical performances, theme nights and an overcrowded dance floor, this is the place to be. Enjoy spectacular live gigs and have a gala time with your friends at Club Asia.
One of the biggest and best nightclubs in Tokyo, ageHa is a massive club space coupled with an amazing sound and light system that truly stands apart from its smaller competitors. World-renowned electronic DJs, like Tiesto, Junior Vasquez, and Paul van Dyk, have performed here and solidified ageHa's reputation in the city's club scene. A bit out of the way from the regular scene in the city, a free luxury bus in Shibuya is offered and will shuttle you back and forth throughout the night. Fridays are mainly reserved for Hip Hop while Saturdays are best for Electronic. An ID is required and patrons under 20 not allowed.
Womb, a haven for electronic music aficionados is one of the most acclaimed nightclubs in the city. World famous DJs like Dominik Eulberg, Anja Schneider, Richie Hawtin, and Sasha have graced the decks to delight Japan's finest crowds of movers and shakers. The nightclub was featured in the 2006 film Babel. Cover charges vary, but this nightclub is always sure to impress.
The Bridge is one on best hangouts for the party craving and dynamic youngsters. The Bridge is a club that has live music being played by some of the most talented lot in the city. With dark interiors, this place is sure to give you the ideal feel to make your feet sway, like no one’s watching. DJ’s and Bands are invited and welcomed to perform their best. Weekly events and special nights are organized.
There is nothing like a fun time out with friends, and Livehouse Wall was just meant to be a part of all those revelry nights. The bar at the Wall serves libations that are not just reasonable but delicious as well. The food is cheap and tantalizes your taste-buds. The great music, friendly atmosphere and great service make Livehouse Wall all the more appealing!
The Room isn't easy to find but for jazz aficionados, it's worth searching out. Members of the Kyoto Jazz Massive own this little club, and it attracts top quality DJs, who will often try out new sets here. The atmosphere is intimate, the music a mix of jazz, break beats and house; the sound quality makes the Room well worth a visit.
Bill's Bar is a spacious, Western-style bar in the heart of Akasaka with a friendly international staff that are always ready to engage in conversation when the place is not too crowded. For the location it is quite cheap if you choose to sit at the counter and just drink. If, however, you choose to sit at a table you should be aware that you are going to pay Y500 table charge whether you have one quick drink or you sit there all evening. Although food is not the focus of this bar, what they offer is quite good and it includes dishes like sautéed mushrooms and swordfish fillet with balsamic sauce. It also caters for parties of 10 persons and has options from Y2,500 for 6 dishes to Y4,500 for 9 dishes.
Cube is a popular nightlife destination in Tokyo thanks to its multi-level format, brilliant sound system and a great line up of DJs. Disco balls and psychedelic lights welcome you as you step in and the pulsating music instantly puts you in a partying mood. It is also used as an event venue for corporate events and private parties.
This place is for those who feel trapped in a big city with no place to go. The festive atmosphere and setting of this fun cafe helps to take you out of the big city doldrums with some fun South American cuisine and drinks. The open spaces give diners a sense of room and also make for great dancing throughout the evening. This is a fun place to come with friends in search of a good time and some interesting flavors.
This place is for those who like to drink or watch other people drink. Shots are the focus here, and there are a number of ingenious ways to get a free shot or end up having to pay for a round at the bar - so watch out. The staff is super friendly, which fits the theme of this place, and after a few shots everyone is your best friend, so watch yourself and your wallet. There are big-screen movies on Sundays, with happy hour and half priced drinks every day from 7p to 9p. Theme nights are held on some weekends.