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Air Dance Clubs / Nightclubs / Daikanyama

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Air is well-known for its appearance in the movie Lost in Translation. The club has three locations in Shibuya, Ebisu, and Daikan-yama. Club Air has a cafe on the first floor and a bar and club downstairs. The entrance to the club is inside the cafe.

Categories Dance Clubs / Nightclubs
Nearest Station Daikanyama
Address 2-11 Sarugaku-chou, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5784-3386
Home Page http://www.air-tokyo.com (In Japanese)
Business Hours Thur-Sat 10:00pm-5:00am

6 Reviews for Air


enigmatic
  • Air
  • (2009-01-04)
  • A great little hole-in-the-wall if you're looking to dance and meet some good "vibing" people. Definitely some good house music and solid progression. It'll keep you up all night.

alex&^_-&
  • Air
  • (2008-11-21)
  • Air has good lighting but very bare interior. The balcony is pleasant and the lounge upstairs is good to chill and get your drink on before hitting the dancefloor. Clientele is mostly Japanese with the few odd lone foreigners hanging about hoping to catch the attention of a local lass. Not a good place for a hookup, but good for dancing as the dj's are usually decent and the floor never ... Read More

studebaker
  • Air
  • (2008-11-17)
  • This club is hit or miss. Sometimes it's really busy, friendly and fun, sometimes... not so much. They bring out some pretty good DJs to play, nothing 'A' list, but the music (mostly electronic) pumps the crowd up and gets the party going. Like most clubs in Japan which play electronic music, all the people face the DJ when dancing. There is an upstairs gallery from which you can look down on ... Read More

Pheyton
  • Parties
  • (2008-01-08)
  • I did an few years ago I did events at Air for Planet of the Drums aka Dieselboy, Dara, Ak1200 and Messinian and some other DnB DJs. In fact Sofia Copala came to our party scouting for Lost in Translation locations. The club is one of my favorites in Tokyo. The only downside is that the DJ booth is up on the second floor putting the DJ too far out of touch with party goers. We did make a stage on ... Read More

Ryan
  • Air
  • (2007-10-03)
  • This nightclub is a wide open two story late night hot spot. The top floor has a bar of its own and a viewing glass to look down upon the dance floor, a large black area with a DJ and disco ball. Scattered throughout the lower level were small table with sofa-like chairs facing them. Also downstairs was a second and bigger bar that was there to accommodate all your alcoholic desires. The music was... Read More

Peter
  • Air
  • (2007-07-20)
  • Club Air has a large, high-ceiling dance floor, which can be found after walking through a maze of narrow corridors down from the street level. Club Air's entrance looks like a restaurant - look carefully. The DJs were great - three of them in white shirts and black ties, grimly focused on their identical Mac laptops, gods dispensing aural joy to man from a high-tech stage. They pumped out house a... Read More
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