Thu, Dec
31

AgeHa Countdown to 2020

9:00pm – 6:00am
¥5,500 – ¥10,000

Experience Japan’s biggest countdown party: ageHa Countdown to 2020

Headlining this beast of a party is none other than UK DJ/producer and global sensation Sigala—along with Japanese superstar unit Capsule.

To top it off, the internationally celebrated spectacle known as the Robot Restaurant will also be making an appearance. This marks the establishment’s first-ever foray outside of Shinjuku.

Partygoers can also take part in a rich array of Japanese New Year’s traditions. Those wanting to get in that customary shrine should stop by our “ageHa Shrine,” which will be up and running for one day only. We’ve also got New Year’s soba, paper fortunes, calligraphy, and more.

Only at ageHa can you enjoy Japan’s most massive assortment of New Year’s fun! It’s the countdown party of the decade!

Please note that you must be over 20 to attend this event and ID will be requested so be sure to bring it with you.

Tickets

  • General admission/advance: ¥5,500
  • Golden Ticket (limited): ¥10,000 – Includes 2F VIP seating, a glass of Mumm Grand Cordon champagne, priority entrance, and an ageHa amulet.

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