Fri, Oct
26

Kitsune Fridays – Halloween Bash

7:00pm – 12:00am
¥1,500 – ¥3,500

The ever-popular KITSUNE FRIDAYS will once again be having their annual Halloween bash! Expect all the good stuff, such as DJs, performers, good vibes and a free buffet creating the coolest night to celebrate Halloween in Shibuya!
There will be changing rooms provided on the night, so even those who are coming straight from work can quickly and easily get into the spirit of spookiness. For those who can’t get enough of having their picture taken, we’ll have photo booths provided too, so get ready to say Boo!

This month’s password is “Cheapo Kitsune” – you’ll get in for 1,500 yen. Otherwise, women are 2,500 and men are 3,500 yen each. Tickets include one drink plus unlimited buffet access.

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