Ageha is going to the Olympics for their theme this year, with a nod to the rugby thrown in their too. Encouraging you to arrive as your favourite sportsperson, there will be entertainement in the form of dancers, a top line-up of DJs and themed attractions including torch runs… The annual costume competition has a grand prize of ¥500,000 so if you put some extra effort in it could well pay for your trip!
There will be shuttle buses running all night from Shibuya to Ageha, so hop on one if you don’t fancy the train. Tickets start at ¥2,500 for Early Bird, ¥2,800 for general advance. On the night, entry is ¥4,000 but only ¥2,000 if you come in a full body costume! (Keep in mind this discount is at their discretion, you do have to make a proper effort to warrant it!
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