B.I.G (in oversized capital letters) sums up Ageha. There is nothing diminutive about Tokyo’s flamboyantly oversized super club. While most Tokyo establishments gasp for a modicum of extra room, Ageha is a celebration of all things spacious. There is a cavernous main dance floor, chill out space, open terrace, dance tent and even a swimming pool.
An Ibiza-style super club vibe prevails at Ageha, which attracts the cream of top DJs, from Danny Tenaglia to Ken Ishii. The only caveat to having enough space to house a small nation? Its location in The Middle Of Nowhere – aka a reclaimed industrial waterside space in eastern Shin-Kiba. While watching the sun rise here is pretty as a postcard, the journey home is not.
Free shuttle buses run to and from Shibuya station until around 6am – then the only way home (other than by bankruptcy-inducing taxi) is catching a train with the salarymen to Tokyo Station.