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If I could give zero stars, then I would. They mistreated us as foreigners. They had a rule that you had to have a drink in your hands otherwise you would have to leave. We were the only ones that had those rules enforced on...More
Drinks are relatively cheap (for Tokyo), and is filled with nice looking women. Got fairly merry and started chatting up a pair of Japanese girls, one of whom was married.
My girlfriend was seriously unimpressed and stormed off along with the other people we were...More
On a Friday night, during happy hour, I found the place to be a bit on the seedy side, and very crowded. Still, with no entrance fee, and a good and (generally) positive atmosphere it was a fun place to drink and dance the night...More
Nothing fancy but gets very crowded and fun, if you are looking for a young clubbing crowded. They have special cheap beers and the music is good. But, be warn, this is no t one of those fancy nightclubs.. so just a fun bar/club mix.....More
Be careful of the hot girls ! Guys it seems to that they work there as "customers" they want to spend money on them.. but few days and many money lost I got the Idea😊😊 Joke but be careful. The Club Is absolutely the best...More
We went to Gas Panic Shibuya, on a Thursday night and ALL drinks (canned, bottled beers, cocktails and mixed drinks) were 300 yen. Music was terrible (think Shakira 'Hips don't lie' and 50 Cent), good for a few cheap drinks to kick off the night...More
...I hope these two places are as incredible, hedonistic and peace loving as they were in June 2002 - Japan is one of my favourite cities ever and forget all the negative Roppongi stuff - it is a blast. Just enjoy every moment.
As a gaijin, I know I'll be paying more than I should be in this club, but I never realized how bad it truly was until my trip last year. Getting into the venue was easy enough, but once inside, it was dark, hot and...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.