A club and restaurant rolled into one--with sushi rolls being the main course and TV and film stars being the dessert. The admission fee gets you into ... More
A club and restaurant rolled into one--with sushi rolls being the main course and TV and film stars being the dessert. The admission fee gets you into the nightclub and includes a voucher for JPY2,000 worth of food, and the chance to get a glimpse of famous Japanese personalities that frequent this spot. Non-stop partying, 365 days a year, the place gets going later in the evening but come early and energize yourself with sushi prepared by sushi chefs as you watch.
I served at Yokota AFB and danced at The Lexington Queen in the late 80's when Eurobeat/Eurodance was popular. Dead Or Alive reigned the charts with "You Spin Me 'Round." I still have photos of me and my girlfriend dancing here. It was an incredible part of my life. I think I still have my VIP pass from back then! If you like the club scene, don't miss TLQ in Tokyo. It's an underground site that's small but worth every penny you spend.
finally renovation is over, yeay! i do miss the ghetto-ness back then. i still appreciate it for being there for so long. it's been there for generations & generations, and it will forever be a memorable hang out place of my childhood memory. it was still kind of weird how it played top 40 songs of the week, and then they had a few rock songs & then country songs, & also trance that was hella old. i guess they have to make sure everyone there's happy.
Say what you want about the Lexington, but I've never seen so many pretty and friendly Japanese girls on one single dance floor! The place was packed, the music was great (OK, not the hippest, coolest, techno stuff, but I'm more old-fashioned when it comes to dance music). The European models were stuck-up, of course, but who cares? The Japanese girls were more than friendly enough to make up for it! Oh, and admission was only 3,000 yen with a printout from their Web site, which included free drinks all night.
Absolutely loved Lex, it's the oldest, most famous club in Tokyo...many friendly models, many celebrities, and free drinks. The music is great, slightly more rock-based, but they never forget they are a club.
Our favorite hang-out in Tokyo!!
It is an old ugly club, but its a good place to see cause most of the clubs r new and modern.... Even if the club is filthy, it has a lot of cool people and also if u r lucky u can meet a celebrity next to u!!! Its really fun to spend some nights there...
The Rising Sun has been a haven for the expatriate community and an international crossroads since 1974. Offering a blend
of genuine pub atmosphere and outstanding pub fare including the city's best shepherd's pie "Tokyo's Oldest British Pub" is ...
Passionate Spanish dancers, delicious food, candlelight, and guitar music make for an unforgettable romantic evening. Set menus run between JPY6,500
and JPY10,000, but there is plenty of choice a la carte. The short wine list includes hearty reds, good ...
This Ethiopian bar and restaurant is an interesting joint featuring live blues on the first Tuesday and third Sunday of
the month. Interesting Ethiopian dishes with prices starting at a reasonable JPY500 and a good list of drinks makes ...
*Terms & Conditions: Savings calculation is based on Flight + Hotel vacation package bookings for a 3 month period for 2 adults with a 2+ night length of stay compared to price of the same components if booked separately during same period. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, travel dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.