Ageha - Club: Shin-Kiba
Ageha isn't a club per se - it's the name of the weekend club night held at Studio Coast, a huge event space on the outskirts of Tokyo. Internationally famous DJs often spin here, and patrons who have missed the last train and don't want to wait...
Air - Club: Daikanyama
An impressive roster of famous Japanese and international DJs have played in this big subterranean space. There's a separate less-deep lounge and bar area.
Bullet's - Club: Nishi-Azabu
An "ambient bar" with live music.
Club Asia - Club: Shibuya
[Open 5pm-5am daily.]
A spacious, long-running club with an incredible sound system. There are separate lounge areas upstairs and down.
Eleven - Club: Nishi-Azabu
The legendary Yellow reopened in 2010 with a new name. Some of Tokyo's best DJs and visiting artists can be found here.
Fai - Club: Omotesando
[Open 11pm-5am daily.]
A multi-level club that hosts a diverse range of music, including house, Latin and jazz events.
Harlem - Club: Shibuya
A popular hip-hop and R&B club in the heart of Shibuya's club zone. Hours vary.
Liquidroom - Club: Ebisu
Mostly a concert venue, Liquid Room also hosts some club events. The Time Out Cafe on the second floor regularly hosts DJ events of its own.
Loop - Club: Omotesando
[Open 11pm-5am daily.]
A smallish room with good DJs, an excellent sound system and a very local crowd.
Room, The - Club: Shibuya
A smallish dance floor with a decent sound system, and a separate bar area that's somewhat quieter. The music covers all genres.
Seco Lounge - Club: Shibuya
Part of the Respekt/ Wired Cafe group, this hip underground club plays host to an eclectic variety of musical and art events.
SuperDeluxe - Event space: Roppongi
[Open 8pm-2am daily.]
SuperDeluxe have established themselves as a center for experimental music, performance and art, with interesting events scheduled for nearly every night of the week. The monthly event called PechaKucha is especially worth checking out - it's a...
Unit - Club: Daikanyama
This huge club hosts some famous visiting musicians and DJs; there's also a smaller venue called Saloon on the lowest floor.
Vision - Club: Shibuya
Officially known as Sound Museum Vision, this four-level, 1500-capacity club hosts live concerts as well as DJ nights showcasing international and local talent.
Web - Club: Ikejiri-Ohashi
[Open 10pm-5am. Closed Sun-Tue.]
A cute, tiny neighborhood club with good DJs and a devoted audience.
Womb - Club: Shibuya
Popular international and local DJs and an excellent sound system.