Circus Tokyo, Guide & Review
Let Circus Nightclub in Tokyo Japan be a place to be on your night out in Tokyo. Really nice underground club opened in October 2015 and is renowned for attracting serious music fans. Circus nightclub in Tokyo is a little ways away from the heart of Shibuya’s club area, but from Osaka it brings with it an unbeatable lineup of artists which draws a lot of interest from serious music lovers, and one-time visitors quickly turn into regulars. It houses events with a variety of styles, but keeps at its heart the deep underground elements that have been polished over the generations to make good dance music.
Circus is open most Fridays and Saturdays from 11pm, and sometimes other nights. It has a high-ceilinged dance floor, a DJ booth, and lounge area with smoking section. There are all kinds of ways to have fun, like dancing to the music, primarily house and techno, enjoying performances from DJs and dancers, or sitting down for a peaceful drink while the music fills your ears.
Circus is a compact club featuring DJs & live bands, plus late-night dancing & cocktails in a festive setting. The sound-system ensures quality sound with speakers on all floors attaining a recommendable sound pressure thus a incredible for a room of this size. The configuration is interesting, with the bar upstairs and the dance floor downstairs. The club can get packed quickly on the week-ends.
Most of the party plans, such as DJ long set parties, are aimed at the core audience. There is a lounge and bar counter on the first floor, and a floor in the basement. If you want to dance to good techno music in Tokyo, then you should come here soon.