Club Ageha in Tokyo is the largest nightclub in Tokyo.
One of the four scenes that are in the nightclub Ageha in Tokyo.
The biggest club in the archipelago and nights Shangri-La
Ageha (butterfly in Japanese) is the most popular and biggest club in Japan, four gigantic stages and smaller hidden ones, an impeccable sound system and quality programming that clubs around the world envy, Ageha has reinvented the night and offers the ultimate Japanese nightlife.
A factory where the names of the artists present are lined up in red and gold, a battery of employees to show you the way and take your coats and bags, everything at Ageha is made for you to enjoy your evening.
A huge space and a dozen of stages dispatched throughout: inside, outside, on carpet, on dirt floors, around a pool, inside a wooden room ... and bars! Bars everywhere. Also chairs, benches, smaller spaces to stop time and contemplate the efficient and chic minimalism of this nightclub in a surreal size. Getting lost is easy, but the pleasure of opening a door and ending up in quite a different world is priceless. Curiosity, both musical and sensory, is extolled, as the space is so big and broken up. The prevailing darkness also helps you to switch off once you have entered Ageha.
The biggest names have been there, take a look at the agenda, there is something for all tastes and all styles.
Every other month there is Shangri-La, a 100% gay evening attracting Japanese homosexuals as well as visitors coming from South Korea and Taiwan especially for the occasion. Boasting one of the most extravagant evenings in Asia, Ageha offers a selection DJs playing different styles of "dance music" and other services such as massage booths.
And if you get a bit hungry in the middle of the night? You will find sandwich and Japanese curry stands near the pool. Ageha thus reconciles the pure juice clubbers and music lovers, all in universe that far from what is on offer in Europe or the US in terms of clubs.