This massive, bay-side Ageha is probably the Japan's largest club venue with the city's best sound system and most diverse musical lineup. The arena hosts well-known house and techno DJs, the bar plays hip-hop, a summer-only swimming-pool area has everything from reggae to break beats, and inside a chill-out tent "Box," there's usually ambient or trance music according to programs. Because of its far-flung location and enormous capacity, Ageha can look like either a throbbing party or an embarrassingly empty hall, depending on the caliber of the DJ. Free buses to Ageha depart every half hour between 11 pm and 4:30 am from a stop opposite the Shibuya police station on Roppongi-dori, one-minute walk from Shibuya Station (there are also return buses every half hour from 11:30 pm to 5 am). For gay nights, shuttles depart from Shinjuku Nichome.
Jan 19, 2014
We celebrated our friend's birthday on waterside of this super huge nightclub of Tokyo. Waterside food and beverages makes us happy. The main arena sound was loud and giving us vibes of relaxation. we found the recommendation on http://bridgeclubbers.com/Japan/Tokyo/Ageha whereas it was clearly mentioned that Ageha is serving the best parties in town. We tried and trust me, its the best club as compare to cheap club of tokyo.