Top 8 Best Electronic Nightclubs in Tokyo, TYO [2020 GUIDE]

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Here's the list of the best clubs in Tokyo that you should definitely check out.

Ageha

Best Electronic nightclub in Tokyo!
Ageha

One of Asia & Japan’s biggest and most diverse event spaces, ageHa's faithful pile in every weekend to get down to their favorite DJs and live acts from around the world. Since the venue opened in 2002, everyone from Fatboy Slim to Tiësto to Danny Tenaglia has graced ageHa’s stages, and it has the full support of Japan's premier acts in Ken Ishii, Takkyu Ishino and DJ EMMA. How many clubs have their own white-sand beach in the summertime complete with deck-chairs, mojitos and a sound system allowing you to watch the sun rise? That’s not it. The outdoor Water Bar features a swimming pool and deck for the ultimate holiday summer vibe, and the Island Bar regularly plays host to performances by world champion pole dancers. Not forgetting the main Arena, where state-of-the-art lighting and an smoke system perfectly complement the biggest purposely built sound system in Japan. Whether you live in Japan or visiting on holiday, Ageha is the must see place for a completely unique experience.

  • 2-2-10 Shinkiba Tokyo, TYO 136-0082 Japan
  • Shinkiba
  • Varies depending on events
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • $$

Womb

Womb

Since opening in 2000 in Shibuya, Tokyo, the leading district in music and fashion and worldwide focal point for Japanese youth culture, WOMB continues to bring the latest and best in electronic music to fans in Tokyo and serves as the launching pad for resident artists into oversea fame. Abroad, we bring Tokyo’s unique club scene overseas through WOMB TOKYO NIGHT at world-top venues such as “Fabric” in London and “Space Ibiza” in Spain. Featuring Asia’s largest mirror ball and a top-class sound system with high-quality lighting and laser productions, we not only bring the world’s top artists to our acclaimed main floor, but also the latest Tokyo artists dominating the local scene to 3 variety-rich sub-floors for you to enjoy. Ranked #2 in the world in 2005, #5 in 2008, and #4 in 2009 according to the yearly ranking carried out by London’s celebrated music magazine “Mixmag,” WOMB is well-known as a hotspot for top artists and music fans all over the world and as a club representative of Tokyo.

  • 2-16 Maruyamacho Shibuya Tokyo, TYO 150-0044 Japan
  • Shibuya
  • 10pm-4:30am
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • $$

V2 Tokyo

V2 Tokyo

Formerly known as Vanity, V2 Tokyo is one of the city's flashiest and most popular clubs, perched high above central Roppongi and offering rather nice panoramic views of the Tokyo skyline at night. It's a spacious joint, with 300 seats and room for a total of up to 1,000 revellers, and has seen visits by quite a few international celebs (including Justin Bieber, yay) over the years. V2 Tokyo also boasts multilingual staff and a globetrotting bunch of resident DJs, who spin EDM-heavy tunes almost every night. Earlier in the evening, it functions as an eclectic restaurant that serves up everything from molecular cuisine to pizza and pasta.

  • 7 Chome-13-7 Roppongi Tokyo, TYO 106-0032 Japan
  • Roppongi
  • 9 pm - 5 am Daily
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • $$$

Ele

Ele

Exclusive entertainment venue, ELE, was created with the concept of being the world's highest quality entertainment venue. The venue is for adults who seek a high-class yet sophisticated night scene. EDM, Pole dancers, Robot dancers, and water shows are all a part of the show from open to close.

  • Minato City, Azabujuban, 1 Chome?4, ele tokyo Tokyo, TYO 106-0045 Japan
  • Roppongi
  • 10 pm - 5 am Thu - Sat
  • Dress Code: Strict
  • $$$

Vent

Vent

Sounds that permeate the air, neon lights, great drinks, a lively crowd…the exhilarating events of a night out are always fun in a city that never sleeps. When out clubbing, you can’t really seem to hear anything over the loud music, but it’s compromise you’re willing to make. Fortunately, at Vent Tokyo you don’t have to sacrifice your eardrums for the sake of a fun night. Club Vent Tokyo opened this year, and it features optimal acoustics within its walls in order to provide guests with a one-of-a-kind music experience. You get the best of both worlds: A place to dance to a crafted selection of house and techno music all night, and a lounge where you can sip on your favorite drinks and relax. Vent Tokyo is located inside a building on a main intersection in Omotesando. Once you find the Festae Omotesando building, you just go straight to the very end of the first floor, and Vent Tokyo will be down the concrete stairs. The space has an underground charm to it. The doors open at 11pm and stay open until 6am! When you first walk in, you may think you’ve entered a concrete art gallery. The layout is nothing short of an art piece itself, with a very minimalist and chic interior. There are two bars, one behind the entrance booth which plays Japanese techno or house music, and the main bar. The main bar and lounge have a space for people to stand and mingle. It also offers small seating options (reserved seats included) and nature-inspired art pieces. The lounge turns into the dance room as two concrete slits in the wall divide the spaces. Not only is it visually interesting, but the club’s structure and building materials themselves were carefully chosen to aid in the natural refraction of sound throughout the space.

  • Festae Omotesando Building B1F, 3-18-19 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku Tokyo, TYO 107-0062 Japan
  • Omotesando
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • $$

Sound Museum Vision

Sound Museum Vision

Opened in 2011, Sound Museum Vision is a huge basement club in Dougenzaka, Shibuya. Boasting a capacity of 1500, the club spreads across four floors. Gaia, the main floor, is equipped with custom-made Ray Audio speakers. The Deep Space room has an underground feel, with speakers stretching across its walls. Both White and the D-Lounge, meanwhile, are areas where clubbers are able to relax. The music is focused mostly on techno, house, hip-hop and electro, but Vision is also known to hold nights catering towards scenes like fashion and entertainment.

  • 2-10-7 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku Tokyo, TYO 150 0043 Japan
  • Dogenzaka
  • Varies depending on events
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • $$

Circus

Circus

CIRCUS Tokyo opened in October 2015. It is Shibuya's successor to Osaka's Club Circus, known for attracting serious music fans. It houses events with a variety of styles, but keeps at its heart the deep underground elements that have been polished over the generations to make good dance music.

  • 3-26-16 Shibuya Tokyo, TYO 150-0002 Japan
  • Shibuya
  • Varies depending on events
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • $$

Solfa

Solfa

Solfa opened in Nakameguro in 2008. Complete with a bar lounge, the main dance floor is equipped with an Italian RCF sound system and has a capacity of around 100. The music is predominantly focused on techno and house. It has also been known to hold seminars related to music.

  • 1-20-5 Aobadai, Meguro-ku Tokyo, TYO 153-0042 Japan
  • Nakameguro
  • Varies Depending on Event
  • Dress Code: Casual
  • $$

There are many other clubs available in Tokyo like

Check out the venues section for the full list of Electronic nightclubs.

Tokyo Nightclubs FAQ

What time does the headlining DJ usually start performing in Tokyo clubs?

The headlining DJ will usually start performing around 12:00 AM.

How long do DJs play in Tokyo?

The headlining DJ or artist usually plays a 1 to 2 hour set.

What is the dress code like at Tokyo Electronic nightclubs?

Guys can wear nice jeans and a form fitting plain t-shirt or a nice button down shirt. Girls can wear jeans or a comfortable but stylish dress if they prefer. Of course guys and girls can never go wrong with dressing up even more – there is no such thing as overdressing when it comes to clubs.

How can I get into Tokyo Electronic nightclubs for free?

Some Tokyo Electronic nightclubs have a free ladies guest list, and have a free even ratio guest list – free if you have the same number of girls (or more) in your party.

Keep in mind that many Tokyo Electronic nightclubs are more exclusive and require bottle service to get in. You can sign up for the guest list on our events page.

How can I book bottle service for Tokyo Electronic nightclubs?

You can book bottle service directly on Discotech by visiting the Tokyo page.

How much is bottle service at Tokyo clubs?

Bottle service and table minimums at Electronic nightclubs can get pretty expensive in Tokyo, but every nightclub is different.

The best way to find out is to visit the events page and choose the event you're thinking of going.

Should I buy tickets to get into Tokyo Electronic nightclubs?

If the nightclub has tickets, we recommend buying tickets during holiday weekends and for big name artists. The ticket line is generally faster and shorter than the guest list.

Many Electronic nightclubs in Tokyo are bottle service only – meaning you must book a table reservation in order to get inside.

Which Tokyo nightclubs play EDM and electronic music?

Check out the full list on our guide to the best EDM nightclubs in Tokyo.

Which Tokyo nightclubs play hip-hop?

Check out the full list on our guide to the best hip hop nightclubs in Tokyo.

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