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Womb Tokyo

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You are looking for a night life in Tokyo to create everlasting memories then Womb nightclub is the place to be. Since opening in 2000 in Shibuya, Tokyo, the leading district in music and fashion and worldwide focal point for Japanese youth culture, WOMB continues to bring the latest and best in electronic music to fans in Tokyo and serves as the launching pad for resident artists into overseas fame. Tokyo artists dominate the local scene with 3 variety-rich sub-floors for you to enjoy. WOMB is well-known as a hotspot for top artists and music fans all over the world and as a club representative.

Womb is a 1000 capacity club that spreads across four floors. The main floor is equipped with a full digital sound system, high-quality strobe lighting and lasers. Weekend nights often host guest artists from overseas, usually centered on techno, drum & bass and electro. Since 2008, the club has hosted an annual indoor festival WOMB ADVENTURE, which attracts nearly 10,000 people for each edition.

The first night club established in Tokyo was Womb. The club has  a square dance floor, the DJ is on the balcony and in the corners of the club are four columns with a sound beating to the center.  It allows only those who are over twenty years, and who have a passport. The queue is common, even for VIP – guests.

The Womb nightclub is the largest in  Tokyo. There  are four floors, each with its own bar in his possession. The first level is an elegant seating area, the next level is   a huge dance floor, the third and the fourth levels are lounge areas. This club has the largest disco ball in the world.  The unique spirit of an entertainment venue  brought  its worldwide popularity.

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