Love Hotel Hill
Rubuho (‘love hotels’: places specifically for amorous encounters) aren’t just for the sleazy. Sky-high residential rents means many...
Bunkamura means ‘culture village’, and this was Japan’s first cross-cultural centre. Productions at Theatre Cocoon swing between...
Bust a few hip-hop moves with Tokyo B-boys and B-girls. Be aware that Harlem maintains a (questionable) policy of not admitting groups...
The chef here demonstrates his love for the sea through thoughtfully prepared seasonal seafood dishes; some are seasoned with shōyu ...
2-16 Maruyama-chō · interesting places nearby
Womb has a state-of-the art sound system, an enormous mirror ball and frenetic laser lighting that goes perfectly with the house and techno music usually played here. Though it draws more diehard music fans than scene chasers, Womb’s four floors still get jammed at weekends. Bring a flyer and they’ll knock ¥500 to ¥1000 off the cover – check around Shibuya music shops beforehand, or print one from Womb’s website. Photo ID is required at the door.