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Saw Satoshii Toomie was playing on the only evening I was transiting in Tokyo so I went to see him and it was a great evening. Staff courteous, bit of queue at bar but friendly bartender, crowd not too young if mostly expats, excellent non...More
Visited on a Friday night and there was barely anyone on the first and 3rd floor. The 2nd floor is slightly livelier but still not packed (crowd only set in at around 1am+). For an entrance fee of 3000+ (no drinks coupon) I expected more....More
Went to the New Year event: Too many men, some of whom think the few women were pieces of meat. Now, I see why some clubs try to balance the ratio of men to women. The music: was really not all that great. And not...More
After visiting several other "DJ Mag Top 100 clubs" this was a bit of a let down. Went there for NYE and there is not much special about the place. It is not impressively huge but doesn't feel special like MOS, laser system is cool...More
Got here around 1130pm and I knew I was really early since there was barely anyone in the club.
But by around 130am, the main floor was packed. Not too packed to where you can't move, but packed enough where you can't jump up and...More
There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool.
At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.