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  • How to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Tokyo

    Updated December 31st 2019: Tickets are still available for 1OAK Tokyo’s Countdown party. 2019 is coming to an end, and Tokyo is letting loose with End of the Year parties (bōnenkai 忘年会) and massive New Year’s Eve events. Similar to Halloween, this city offers a wide selection of ways to celebrate the big countdown. Here […] More

  • Tokyo’s Best Techno Nightclubs

    Tokyo could be one of the best cities in the world for listening to music. The city is packed with nightclubs, music bars, live halls, and jazz cafes. With such a deep appreciation for music, it is no surprise that Tokyo has some of the best techno nightclubs in the world. Finding them, on the […] More

  • Zen Tokyo

    ZEN Tokyo: Roppongi’s Newest Nightclub

    With the 2020 Olympics just around the corner, Tokyo’s nightclubs are scrambling to provide an international nightclubbing experience.  A handful of clubs are set to open in the following months, and one such nightclub is ZEN TOKYO. Inspired by the Japanese school of Mahayana Buddhism 禅 (Zen), ZEN TOKYO promises to offer a nightclub experience […] More

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    Top 5 Tokyo Nightclubs of 2019

    Tokyo is one of Asia’s top nightclubbing destinations and for good reason. The city has two of DJ MAG’s Top 100 nights clubs, a long and rich history of night clubbing, and the world’s biggest DJs performing in Tokyo on a weekly basis. Unfortunately, with such a wide range of nightclubs available, it can be hard […] More

  • Top Osaka Nightlubs

    Top 5 Osaka Nightclubs of 2019

    No trip to Japan is complete without a night out in Osaka. Despite the name of this website, the Tokyo Night Owl knows everything there is to know when it comes to partying in Osaka. A night out in Osaka starts much earlier than Tokyo and surprisingly can end much later. Several nightclubs open from […] More

  • Tokyo Hanami Party 2019

    Tokyo Hanami Parties 2019

    It is that time of year in Tokyo where the cherry blossoms bloom and the Japanese pack their local parks to eat and drink the afternoon away. Commonly known as Hanami (Cherry Blossom Viewing), Japanese office workers, friends, and families get wasted with beer and chu-hi’s while sitting on blue tarps placed under cherry blossom […] More

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