Sat, Jul
15

Shibuya International – Dance Party

8:00pm – 12:00am
¥500 – ¥1,500

Shibuya International is the new international party in Shibuya that aims for a different approach. Cheap, good vibes, and representative of the best that this beautiful area has to offer. It’s 1,500 yen nomihodai (all you can drink) if you say TokyoCheapo at the door, or 500 yen at the door for those who opt for 1 drink.

Come by and enjoy:

  • A massive nomihodai (all-you-can-drink) menu that includes beer, wine, sake, spirits (gin, vodka, whisky and rum), liqueurs (lychee, Peachtree, Malibu, Campari and cassis), shochu and more!
  • A mix of international and Japanese DJs who regularly play the Tokyo nightlife circuit. Our DJs have played all the big places such as ageHa, Vision, Womb and Sankeys, etc.
  • Free tapas and desserts that will be coming out all night (free cheapo dinner, anyone?)
  • The freedom to come and go as you like—re-entry is absolutely OK.
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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