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Club Camelot: Shibuya Dance Clubs / Nightclubs / Shibuya

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  • Club Camelot: Shibuya
  • (2011-08-18)
  • I went there this past sunday and it was packed also. some good selection of music and nice DJs. They play Hip hop, techno, House, and Japanese Jpops. The people are friendly.
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  • Camelot
  • (2011-01-01)
  • One of my favorite clubs. Lots of foreigners on Friday and Saturday. Once I went on a Sunday and was the only non-Japanese there the entire night.. and it was packed!

    Most of the people here are younger, between 20-25. Good guy/girl ratio. The main dance floor is down one level and gets packed. They play a lot of American Pop/R&B/Top 40 music with some occasional Japanese stuff thrown in. Look at the website to see what's scheduled.

    Where this place loses a star is the bartenders are extremely skimpy on drinks. They probably put half a shot in mixed drinks and if you order a beer it comes in a small cup. Definitely worth pre-gaming before going in since you can't leave and re-enter without paying cover again. Drinks are 500 yen+.

    At the end of the night they give out discount coupons that save you about 1000-1500 yen off the cover on the next visit.
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  • Club Camelot
  • (2009-05-10)
  • This was actually a pretty nice club. It clearly caters to foreigners. Use a discount ticket if you can; that makes it worth it. The discount ticket can be used by foreigners and women only. For 1000 Yen, you get entrance and 2 drink passes (each drink is around 500 Yen, so it's a good deal). The staff speaks English, and there are small lounges where you can sit and rest your feet. There is a limited selection of music--only hip-hop, and more modern music (like clubs in the U.S.) and a techno floor. Either way, it's pretty fun, and best yet, it's pretty clean. Make sure you dress up, and that you wear heels, ladies--there are no sandals allowed in the club. However, there are lockers available so you can put in your coats and shoes. Overall, a fun experience. Again, a lot of foreigners come to this club.
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