Tokyo Nightlife


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Published 04/19/2015

Fodor's Review

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 about every half hour or 45 minutes between midnight and 4 am from a stop opposite the Shibuya police station on Roppongi-dori, a one-minute walk from Shibuya Station (there are also return buses about every half hour or 45 minutes from midnight to 5 am). For gay nights, shuttles also depart from Shibuya. Entry costs around ¥3,500.

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2–2–10 Shin-Kiba, Kōtō-ku, Tokyo, 136-0082, Japan

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Published 04/19/2015


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