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Entertainment in Tokyo: Clubs and discos



Discos lost renown after their 1980s pinnacle, but with the rise of almost cult-figure DJs, dance clubs obtained resurgence in current years, with Roppongi still boasting more dance clubs than anyplace else in the city. Occasionally the set cover charge includes drinks and sometimes even food, which makes for an cheap way to waste an evening. But the tariff and prices are generally higher on weekends and are occasionally higher for men than for women. Here occurs somewhat interesting, while Discos are demanded by law to close at midnight, several of them forget the rule and these places stay open until dawn.

Some clubs and discos in Tokyo:
  • Grace: 3F - 4F GRACE 7-13-7 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Phone: 03-5775-2949.
    Description: The world wide luxury establishment with spacious community comes to Roppongi, the heart of Tokyo. The complex of five different spaces has so many special attractions, and each floor has its own style and excellent sound.


  • El Cafe Latino: 3-15-24 Roppongi, Tokyo. Phone: 03-3402-8989.
    Description: You will hear the name "El Cafe Latino" a lot whenever salsa dancing in Tokyo is discussed. After 11pm on the weekends is the liveliest time to go. El Cafe Latino has a very suitable atmosphere. Salsa lessons are available on weekdays.


  • Alife: 1-7-2 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Phone: 03-5785-2531.
    Description: Alife has a cafe on the first floor, a lounge on the second, and a club on the third. The club opens at 9pm on Friday and Saturday and starts to get crowded around midnight. Trance, hip hop, and R & B are Alife favorites. Most customers are Japanese. IDs are strictly required, no one under 23 is allowed.


  • Salsa Sudada: Fusion Bldg. 3F, 7-13-8 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Phone: 03-5474-8806.
    Description: Established in 1993, Salsa Sudada is one of the most well-known Salsa dance clubs in Tokyo. You can dance until dawn, enjoy genuine Latino cuisine, and practice Salsa!


  • Gaspanic: 2F/3F, 3-15-24 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Phone: 03-3405-0633.
    Description: This is one of the most well known clubs among Tokyo’s foreign residents. Nearly half of the customers are foreigners. The basements specialty is as a hip-hop club, the first floor is a cafe bar and the second floor is a dance club and bar. This is a popular place, lively place for anyone looking for a wild night, and remembers, no dress code.


  • Womb: 2-16 Maruyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. Phone: 03-5459-0039.
    Description: For those who like clubbing with great sound, Womb is a must visit place. Womb was ranked second for "The World's Top 10 Killer Clubs" by an English club magazine, partly because of the sound quality. Womb also houses one of the largest mirror balls in Japan - 1.5m in diameter. Three floors full of lounges, bars, VIP rooms, and dance floors.
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