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5 Night Clubs in Tokyo That Offer A Great Night Out!

Don’t have any idea how to spend your Friday & Saturday night? Are you done with all the places that Japanese youngsters normally go to such as karaoke box or Japanese style izakaya? Then you should definitely visit one of these night clubs and have a wild night with your friends! At these clubs, you can enjoy the music, dancing, making new friends, flirting, and drinking at once!

When you visit one of these clubs, you will realize that Japanese people don’t always act quiet and restrained. Indeed, you will see many of them go crazy and drown deeply into the music while dancing. You can use this chance to make new friends with both Japanese and non-Japanese, or you can try to flirt with some cute girls or cute boys too! Don’t forget to bring your ID as all night clubs in Japan always do the ID checking, and you have to be at least 20 years old to enter the club. Goin’ wild for the night? Grab some shots and just dance like a boss!


1. ageHa

night-clubs-in-japan1– ageHa Dance Floor – Image Source: ageHa Official Website

ageHa is the biggest club in Tokyo, which is located in Shinkiba. The club can accommodate up to 5000 people, and it has 3 dance floors, an outdoor swimming pool, and several chill – out and bars area. Each area plays different types of music, so you just have to pick and dance to the blasting music. ageHa is located in Shinkiba, which is not a little bit far from central Tokyo. You can take the shuttle bus from Shibuya (Roppongi-dori Street) that comes every 30 minutes, which will take you to ageHa for free. After reaching ageHa, take few shots and get ready to go crazy!

Place: 2-2-10 Shinkiba, koto-ku, Tokyo
Access: 4 minute walk from Shinkiba Station ( JR line, Tokyo Metro, Rinkai line)
There are free shuttle busses from Shibuya throughout the night.


2. Womb

night-clubs-in-japan2– Womb Main Dance Floor – Image Source: Japlanning

Womb is located 15 minutes walk from Shibuya station, and it offers you a huge dance floor, great lighting system, and fabulous sound system, which is perfectly sweet for your crazy night out! The club has 4 floors that can accommodate up to 1000 people, and it has a giant mirror ball that gives the main dance floor multi-colored lighting effect. Many overseas guest artists play at Womb on the weekends, focusing mainly on techno, drum & bass, and electro. I would recommend Womb if you’re looking for real good music to enjoy!

Place: 1F 2 – 16 Maruyamacho, Shibuya – ku, Tokyo
Access: 15 minutes walk from Shibuya Station (JR line, Tokyo Metro)


3. Sound Museum Vision

night-clubs-in-japan3– Sound Museum Vision – Image Source: Time Out Tokyo

Sound Museum Vision is a giant club in Shibuya, located in a basement of a building at Dougenzaka. The club can accommodate up to 1500 people with its 4 floors. The main floor of the club is Gaia, which is equipped with custom-made sound system. You can experience the real underground feel at The Deep Space room, with speakers stretching across its walls. The other rooms are White and D-Lounge, where all the clubbers go to relax themselves. The club plays a lot of techno, house, hip-hop, electro, and sometimes EDM. Visit Sound Museum Vision and enjoy the different atmospheres of each dance floors!

Place: Shintaiso Bldg. B1F, Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Access: 5 minutes walk from Shibuya Station (JR line, Tokyo Metro)


4. ELE Tokyo

night-clubs-in-japan4– ELE Tokyo – Image Source: ELE Tokyo Official Twitter

ELE Tokyo is a classy night club located right by the Azabujuban station, which is a station away from Roppongi. ELE Tokyo is an alternative choice for those who are done with Roppongi’s club scene. The club is located in the building that formerly occupied by F cafe and the Village, which accommodates up to 1000 people. ELE Tokyo is equipped with a state-of-the-art sound system, and the interior is decorated mainly in silver and gold. The DJs at ELE Tokyo play a lot of EDM, so if you like EDM, you should definitely visit ELE Tokyo!

Place: Fukao Bldg. B1F – 1F, 1 – 4 – 5 Azabu Juban, Minato – ku, Tokyo
Access: Right by the Azabujuban Station, exit no. 7 (Toei Oedo Line)



night-clubs-in-japan5– Nishi Azabu A-LIFE – Image Source: eventsearch

Nishi Azabu A-LIFE is a merger between Tokyo Brand and Feria, the legendary clubs in Roppongi. It has a cafe on the first floor, where you can enjoy both food and drinks. The second floor is the lounge, and the third floor is the club, and the club only allows people above 23 years old to enter. Most customers of this club are Japanese, and all the customers need to dress nicely to enter A-LIFE. The club opens at 9.p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and will get crowded eventually after midnight. The club plays trance, hip hop, R&B, dubstep, and EDM. Highly recommended for those who want to do both, making new friends and dancing!

Place: 1 – 7 – 2 Nishi – Azabu, Minato – ku, Tokyo
Access: 5 minutes walk from Roppongi Station, exit no. 2 (Hibiya Line)


Grab your friends to take some shots with you, and DANCE!

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About the author

Hello, my name is Katie and I’ve lived in Japan for almost 10 years. You will see many reviews about things in Japan that you will never find in guide books for tourists, and I will take you to see both the prettiest and the ugliest side of Japan!

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