Welcome again to the Our Loss, Your Gain category! The experience that we sadly had to miss was visiting Club Womb.
It also boasts the world’s biggest mirror ball:
Why should I visit?
Did I mention that Club Womb boasts the world’s biggest mirror ball? ;D
If the mirror ball isn’t doing it for you, here’s some other reasons:
Firstly, from what I’ve read, Womb has a spectacular sound system and features world-class DJs who test it’s limits by playing the banging-est, bass-pumping-est music out. The music centres heavily around Techno, Drum & Bass and Electro so expect to work up a sweat dancing! Club Womb also features four different stages and a chill-out room.
Secondly, we found alcohol and food to be much cheaper in Tokyo than here in Perth. So, depending on how much a night-out is in your home town, a fun night might cost you much less than you’re used to!
Thirdly, because it was voted one of the best clubs in the entire world! Surely that’s worth a few hours of your time?
Finally, to see a different side of Japan and it’s people: when they’re busy letting their hair down and having fun!
Hell yes! How do I get there?
Visiting Womb is easy as it’s just near Shibuya train station on the Yamanote line:
Take the Hachiko exit at Shibuya station and follow the main road south-west past the Shibuya 109 building (NOT 109 Mens). When you reach the next major set of traffic lights turn right and you should pass a 7/11. The club will be on your left behind the Shibuya West building that’s next to an am/pm convenience store.
All up, if you don’t get lost, the trip should take you around 15 minutes. The building doesn’t look like a nightclub, so once you’re in the vicinity it might be a good idea to ask someone where it is. Or just follow the drunk people.
And remember – if you’re having too much of a good time dancing your ass off and miss the last train, Dogenzaka is the love-hotel district of Shibuya. So why not try one out? Even if you’re not there to ‘boogie,’ so to speak.
Next post: Our magical day at the Ghibli Museum ❤
Until next time,
Kally & Mon.
[Feature Image Credit: Ashleystravel]
[Image Credit (1): Resident Advisor]
[Image Credit (2): Travel Planet 24]
Have you visited Club Womb? Tell us all about it so we don’t feel so bad for missing out!