Clubbing Overview

Update: March 16th, 2013

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  1. dominik
    September 17th, 2012 at 05:35
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    forgot: any experience with cube 326? not sure if its a club. it seems the have goa/psytrance parties there tho, if you check youtube.

  2. Law
    October 8th, 2012 at 11:49
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    I have a pretty good experience of clubbing in Tokyo, I just would like to add that some clubs like Alife, and especially the Alife, are definitely not very gaijin friendly. I remember once while approaching a girl she move quickly and gave me an elbow hit, I’m pretty mannered and good looking so it pissed me off. Worst is she wasn’t pretty, I just wanted to speak cause I was alone. If we wasn’t in Japan I would have slap that bitch. Some similar experiences of very cold shower happened mostly in Alife and Edo Club. Club Edo is full of little teenagers, with some really brainless and arrogant, I would not recommand that one too. The best club in Roppongi is definitely the Feria IME. I really enjoyed each of my night there ! I enjoyed some nights in Black 911 too but it seems the place changed a bit since it become the Black Horse, last time I went there I’ve met a lot of trash especially after 3pm. Cheers.

  3. bob
    October 30th, 2012 at 00:06
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    hi davide, are Japanese girls into Asian guy as well? I am an ssian guy visiting Tokyo and want to meet girls. any recommended clubs to go for single guy with no Japanese knowledge? thank you

  4. Artem
    November 3rd, 2012 at 22:51
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    Hi there:)

    I just wanna ask:) Is there any non-smoking disco in Tokyo?

    Thanks

  5. Daphne
    November 18th, 2012 at 08:39
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    Just felt on this site accidentaly, while looking for a club to dance the salsa on the 24-25th Nov. Any hints will be appreciated.

  6. Kazaar
    November 29th, 2012 at 11:42
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    Hey Davide.

    I just want to thank you a bunch for this guide. Going to live in Japan for a year and it’s been difficult to find a proper guide, but you seem experienced and trustworthy regarding clubbing in Japan.

    Cheers mate!

  7. February 18th, 2013 at 14:01
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    need jobe in your club speak english chinese indian pakistan iran afghanistan language 24 years old

  8. February 18th, 2013 at 14:02
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    email master_mobail@ya….com

  9. KayBee
    February 18th, 2013 at 23:24
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    Hi Davide,
    Sounds like Alife was the place! What’s replaced it, in terms of catering to the Japanese disco working professional crowd?
    Thanks,

  10. KayBee
    February 18th, 2013 at 23:25

    Hi Davide,
    Sounds like Alife was the place! What’s replaced it, in terms of catering to the Japanese disco working professional crowd?
    Thanks,

    @Da

  11. Davide
    March 11th, 2013 at 19:12

    wow.. sorry I haven’t been checking for comments in a while and many of them were being kept under moderation automatically.
    Here are some answers:

    @dominik
    Haven tried Cube 326, but it seems interesting 8) http://www.studiocube326.com/

    @Law
    yeah, most girls that go to clubs like Alife aren’t necessarily looking for foreigners. Also the whole environment changes… it’s not like other clubs where the more traditional western approach works 8)

    @bob
    I’m sure that Asian guys are appreciated in Japan. Japanese are Asian too, after all 8)
    I can’t think of a specific place for a single guy. Luckily in Japan there isn’t this thing about dancing in couples (like in USA for example), so it’s not so bad to go solo, though it’s not as fun of course.

  12. Davide
    March 11th, 2013 at 19:17

    @Artem
    The only non-smoking that I know are Ageha and Mado Lounge. Which actually have separate smoking areas).

    @Daphne
    Sorry, too late to reply. I wouldn’t have know anyway. I haven’t been to salsa club in a few years now (^^;)

    @Kazaar
    Unfortunately I haven’t been able to update the site in a while, and I don’t hang out as much. But I’m trying, from time to time.

    @KayBee
    I’m puzzled myself, what has replaced Alife ? There must be something out there.. or maybe it’s an ear that has gone.
    There are still clubs in Roppongi like Flower.. well that club has changed name after something bad has happened in it (^^;)

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