Often referred to as the Foodie’s Paradise, Japan is bound to be on every traveler’s bucket-list. Now, for the sagacious traveler in you, there must be a place which defines the Nightlife culture of this nation in its entirety. Club ATOM, Tokyo does just that and more. Located in the Shibuya ward of Tokyo, this is where the millennials and the trendy fashionistas hang out. After getting down at Shibuya station, you would discover another attraction here – The Scramble intersection – when the lights are green, the road is teeming with thousands of people coming from all directions. A sight which is surely going to overwhelm you but this is one of the leading party districts in Japan.
Located at Dr. Jeekan’s Building, ATOM is the one of the most popular clubs in Tokyo. It has three floors, with two spacious ones being Nightclubs and third one housing a lounge. Every floor dazzles with a unique theme and music from R&B, Hip-Hop to Psy-trance and EDM. Complimentary drinks, insane energy and a chance to watch the famous Para – Para dance, ATOM does not disappoint. Weekdays are slow but the weekends are jam-packed and crazy with the closing time being 05:00 AM. Nowhere else would you be able party till sunrise.
With a schedule ending on Tokyo Rave (Saturday) and Shibuya night (Sunday), their resident DJs Tora, MAMO T and Hosaka get the groove on here. The crowd here consists of largely locals and some tourists here and there. Do stay clear of any mishap as the security is strict and they rarely miss a chance to overlook anything. Recently, they have started a VIP service which lets you experience the club more exclusively. If you are a first-timer in Tokyo then this is the perfect place to socialize and get to know the locals.
Keep your eyes peeled for discount coupons as you can get in with a less than 1500 yen cover charge with the ladies scoring complimentary drinks and ice-cream. So, dress up and hit the nearest metro as ATOM will be a hell of a night-out (Do remember to take your I.D.).
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