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Ageha Dance Clubs / Nightclubs / Odaiba

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Despite its inconvenient location near Chiba Prefecture, Ageha has been one of the most popular clubs in Tokyo since it opened in 2002. Ageha is one of the biggest event spaces in Tokyo, consisting of an arena which can accommodate a staggering 2,400, a basement, an outside patio, and a pool. You can dance anywhere you like. A shuttle bus is available from Shibuya between 11PM and 4:30.

Categories Dance Clubs / Nightclubs
Nearest Station Shin-kiba
Address 2-2-10 Shinkiba, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5534-2525
Home Page (In Japanese)

8 Reviews for Ageha

Haz Man
  • Rocking nightclub
  • (2012-04-13)
  • I do not know why Ageha has such bad review, this nightclub was truly truly outstanding. Easy access via the shuttle bus only 30 minutes or so! The lines weren't big when we got there around, quick id checks and a search and you're in. The club is massively impressive and the good thing is that there is something for everyone. There is plenty of bars and vending machines so you can always get a ... Read More

  • Ageha
  • (2010-12-28)
  • I went on Halloween...when you would think they would take advantage of their 4 dance floors. But, throughout the entire club they played the same techno beat all night long with very little variation... Packed with international people and many Japanese party goers

  • Ageha
  • (2010-03-21)
  • Went during the winter time and still had a blast outside by the pool with the fire heaters blasting all around. Great electronica DJs, good for trance and house lovers. One of the biggest clubs I've ever been to... places like this wouldn't work in NYC. Everyone here is here to club, I enjoyed it. Lots of dancing, enjoying the music, I liked the crowd. Lots of Japanese, not many foreigners when I... Read More

  • Ageha
  • (2009-11-01)
  • This club gets a "very bad" from me. Went here last night for Halloween because it's supposed to be the biggest party in "Tokyo". After about a 20 minute wait we hopped on the shuttle bus which was convenient and nice. We got there and the line was massive, as everyone said it would be. We waited in line for 2 hours, getting to know other people around us and joking around (and drinking of course)... Read More

  • Largest club in the world
  • (2009-01-04)
  • Ageha, or Butterfly, is definitely just that - a great place to fly all night long. From multiple dance floors to colorful light displays to big-name DJs like Junior Vasquez, DJ Dan, and DJ Tiesto it's a great place to stay all night long, dance til dawn, and watch the sun rise over the bay. Taking the bus from Shibuya is the absolute best method of getting there...unless you have a car of your ... Read More

  • Ageha
  • (2008-12-12)
  • Ageha is easily the best place to go to in Tokyo if you're looking to find some of today's most popular names in Electronic music. Past performances include artists such as Tiesto, Paul Van Dyk, Ferry Corsten, and Armin van Buuren. Due to it's sheer size and big-name lineups, Ageha is usually limited to holding events on Fridays and Saturdays. So, anyone planning on dropping by for a random nig... Read More

  • Ageha
  • (2008-11-17)
  • Ageha is the biggest club in Japan. Go in the summer to enjoy the outdoor area as well as the indoor area. (Officially there is no swimming allowed in the pool, but people have been known to 'fall in'. The whole complex is HUGE! The most popular times to go are for Halloween (huge costume contest) and New Years. Ageha brings A-list DJs from around the world to perform in front of huge audience... Read More

  • Ageha
  • (2008-07-22)
  • There are few superlatives that wouldn’t do justice to this mammoth club. The main dance floor is impressive; the sound is top notch, the lighting system is the best I’ve ever seen and the crowd positively upbeat. We went to see Mark Schulz, who is a world-famous German DJ and headliner of the night. What I liked about Ageha: 1) The main floor’s temperature is cool. You can dance ha... Read More
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