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One of Shinjuku’s larger gay clubs with two dance floors. AiSOTOPE Lounge hosts regular events and themed parties including men-only nights with dark room and cruising.
Drinks are quite strong – not that we’re complaining. Check the website for current schedule.
nearest station : Shinjuku JR (East Exit) 15-minute walk ; Shinjuku 3-chome (Exit C8) 3-minute walk
various venues, Tokyo
audience rating 3.4 stars from 24 votes - click to voteadd a review & photos
VITA hosts some of Tokyo’s most popular and largest gay dance parties (about 6 times a year) including occasional pool parties, with top international DJ’s, dancers and shows.
The VITA party takes place at various venues (usually in Shibuya area) – check their Facebook page for details of upcoming events.
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Popular choice. Great location. Near Shibuya Station. Includes breakfast. Was $151 USD. Now $114 USD. | click here
Great location. Walk to Harajuku & Shibuya Station. Very affordable. Includes breakfast. Was $257 USD. Now $164 USD. | click here
Walk to gay bars & clubs. Great value for money. New hotel. Includes breakfast. Was $222 USD. Now $148 USD. | click here
Very central. Beautiful views. Near the subway. Includes breakfast. Was $444 USD. Now $241 USD. | click here
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Shibuya / Harajuku
popular area with good transport links, huge malls, boutiques and restaurants
Shinjuku / gay district
Tokyo's entertainment district; home of the main gay scene and nightlife
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central area and transport hub, close to many shops and attractions
audience rating 2.6 stars from 5 votes - click to voteadd a review & photos
Monthly gay dance party, run by the Managing Director of ageHa. This men-only underwear-themed event 雄汁男魂集会 (osujiru-dankon shukai) features DJ, go-go dancers, dark room.
HUNKS Underwear Party usually takes place once a month at Boiler Room in Shinjuku. Admission includes one drink. Discounts for gym members and young guys.
2F Kyutei Bldg, #33, 2-11-7 Shinjuku, Tokyo | map
weekday 20:00 - 04:00 weekend 20:00 - 05:00
Long-running, popular dance club Arty Farty has a large bar, dance floor and fun crowd. The Staff speak Japanese, but the menu is foreigner-friendly.
Packed on weekends, The club hosts special events on occasions. Drinks are reasonably priced, and you can get your hand stamped for free entry to The Annex.
1F Futami Bldg, 2-14-11 Shinjuku, Tokyo | map
weekday 20:00 - 04:00 weekend Fri,Sat 20:00 - 05:00, Sun 17:00 - 00:00
Popular gay dance nightclub, run by the same owners of Arty Farty.
Featuring late-night DJ, The Annex has a long bar and a dimly-lit cruising area in the back. Customers get free entry to Arty Farty.
Bi-monthly hard house party for the ‘BUFF’ guys and their admirers. Popular with BUFF guys, from beefy to stocky, cubs and bears.
Fetish/casual attire encouraged. The party takes place in the heart of Tokyo’s gay district, Shinjuku Ni-chome, at ROOTS.
Glamorous Tokyo is a large, irregular gay dance party that offers a one-of-a-kind experience with a happy, friendly environment that welcomes everyone – gay, bi, straight, etc.
The Glamorous party takes place about once every two months at various venues, usually at ClubAsia – check the website and Facebook page for upcoming events.
audience rating 3.9 stars from 46 votes - click to voteadd a review & photos
CLOSED (December 2017).
Every two months or so, ageHa hosts a hugely popular dance party ‘Shangri-La’ that attracts gay clubbers from Tokyo and across Asia. It is one of the largest and best parties in Tokyo, featuring multiple dance floors, great sound & light system, multiple bars and even a pool.
Shangri-La parties are renowned for having an excellent DJ lineup and gorgeous dancers whose outfits usually leave nothing to the imagination. If you happen to be in Tokyo on the same night as a Shangri-La party, then go.
Free shuttle service from the east exit of Shibuya Station is provided. The bus takes 30-45 minutes. Or you can catch a train to Shin-Kiba. Take the Keiyo Line or Yurakucho Line from Tokyo Station.