Shibuya & Minato Nightlife, Tokyo

An international hub and thriving cultural metropolis, Tokyo has much in store for those seeking a thrilling nightlife scene. Possessing anything from high-end nightclubs and chic lounges, to hipster hangouts and casual bars, this city has it all. Whether shopping in the trendy Ginza district or exploring the streets of the vibrant Shibuya district, a great nightspot is available for guests to let loose of their inhibitions and dance the night away. Be sure to check out all the unique locations found in the Tokyo Nightlife Tour.
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Shibuya & Minato Nightlife Map

Guide Name: Shibuya & Minato Nightlife
Guide Location: Japan » Tokyo (See other walking tours in Tokyo)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 5
Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.3 km
Author: Xena
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Womb

1) Womb

A happening establishment that has become a staple of the Tokyo nightclub scene, Womb takes the party to the next level offering several floors, an open, modern design, and state-of-the-art sound, lighting and effects to make for an unforgettable night out. Weekends at Womb often feature headlining guest artists from around the globe, including such esteemed names as the The Chemical Brothers, the legendary Paul Oakenfold, DJ Sega, Richie Hawtin, and many more. Local up-and-coming DJs also get a...   view more
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Trump Room

2) Trump Room

A hipster haven found inside a shabby building in the Shibuya district of Tokyo, the Trump Room welcomes a quirky yet fashionable crowd to its kitschy space for an unforgettable evening of mingling, drinks, and pounding rhythms on the dance floor. The décor includes a seemingly haphazard variety of items including stuffed animal heads, oil paintings, numerous crystal chandeliers overhead, decorative mirrors, gold leaf embellishments, and other eye-catching design elements. In addition to...   view more
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Stair

3) Stair

A chic little café style fusion cocktail lounge, Stair can be found above the Dresscamp Boutique not far from the high-end Comme des Garcons shopping area of Tokyo’s Aoyama district. Offering a vibrant Happy Hour with live music where lots of local singles gather to mingle in a sophisticated setting with expertly-crafted cocktails and a menu of light regional dishes to tempt the palette. Décor includes a cut-out snake pattern sprawling across the walls and ceiling throughout the space, bold...   view more
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The Blue

4) The Blue

An upscale nightlife establishment with an international reputation, the Blue Note in Tokyo is part of a worldwide chain started by the Blue Note in New York. Considered Tokyo’s finest jazz club, this elegant club seats 300 guests and can be found not far from Aoyama Gakuin University. Since its opening back in 1988, the Blue Note has hosted some of the most notable performers in the jazz industry, with names including Chick Corea, Roberta Flack, Sarah Vaughan, Tony Bennett, David Sanborn, and...   view more
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Super Deluxe

5) Super Deluxe

A multi-purpose establishment where some of the city’s most creative minds mingle in a fun, intellectually-stimulating environment, Super Deluxe is a club that’s hard to pin down to its vast variety of enthralling events taking place each night. Guests to this fascinating hangout can enjoy live music consisting of anything from jazz-pop and electronica, to afrobeat, underground hip hop, and more. Other events can include lectures, art exhibits, performance art, and just about anything else....   view more

Walking Tours in Tokyo, Japan

Create Your Own Walk in Tokyo

Create Your Own Walk in Tokyo

Creating your own self-guided walk in Tokyo is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Souvenir Shopping

Souvenir Shopping

It would be a pity to leave Tokyo without having explored its specialty shops and bringing home something truly original. We've compiled a list of gifts and souvenirs, which are unique to Tokyo, that a visitor might like to purchase to reflect their visit.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.9 km
Ginza Shopping Tour

Ginza Shopping Tour

Often compared with New York's Fifth Avenue, Ginza is a district situated in Chuo, Tokyo. It is known as one of the most luxurious shopping regions in Tokyo. The area is home to big department stores and almost all leading world brands have their presence here. Ginza is also famous for its bakeries and restaurants. The small allies leading off from the main road is lined with galleries exhibiting paintings and other artwork. This area is bound to quench the thirst of every shopaholic.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.3 km
Kitanomaru Park Walking Tour

Kitanomaru Park Walking Tour

The Chiyoda district is steeped in history and is a reflection of the city’s culture, both past and present. Besides several prominent historical landmarks like the Imperial Palace, the place boasts of some of the best museums in the region. The Kitanomaru Park, part of the outer gardens of the Imperial Palace, houses the National Museum of Modern Art, Science Museum and the Nippon Bodokan. The park is an ideal place to enjoy the sakura that blossoms in spring.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.6 km
Yasukuni Shrine Walking Tour

Yasukuni Shrine Walking Tour

Founded in 1869, this shinto shrine became known as "Yasukuni" only in 1879. Built to commemorate the soldiers who died for their country and emperor, the Shrine is located in Chiyoda District and covers the area of over 6 hectares. Within the Shrine there are numerous cultural and historic sites such as Japanese War Museum. Take this tour to learn more about Yasukuni.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.1 km
Religious Sites Walking Tour in Takanawa

Religious Sites Walking Tour in Takanawa

Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines dot Japan’s landscape. These temples and shrines are an architectural splendor and many of these can be found in every part of Tokyo. This guide will take you to the smaller Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines in the Takanawa neighborhood of Tokyo. Most often overlooked by tourists, these temples and shrines are a beauty and should not be missed.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.3 km
Best of Asakusa Walking Tour

Best of Asakusa Walking Tour

The Asakusa district in Tokyo is famous for the Senso-ji temple and is one of the few places in Tokyo that retains the old world charm. The temple markets, narrow streets, traditional shops and restaurants provide a glimpse of old Tokyo. It is also known as Tokyo's oldest geisha district. Take a walking tour and live the carnival atmosphere that pervades this place.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.1 km

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