Visit a Host Club in Shinjuku: Lady's night life with locals

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Don’t miss your big chance to have a special lady's experience at a host club in Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo! You'll never see it anywhere else! Only in Japan! Let’s slip past the secret door and find out what it’s really like to go to a host club!

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  • You will experience a Host Club, aspecial bar for Ladies and enjoy Tokyo night life like local lady.
  • Explore Kabukicho, the most famous downtown and largest red-light district in Japan with local.
  • Eat Japanese local food for dinner! I can introduce you to delicious ramen, yakitori, takoyaki, okonomiyaki, udon, soba, tempura, sasimi, and many more!

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JR Shinjuku Station, East exit (the exact location will be provided when you book).


Important Information

If you are under 19 years old you cannot go to host clubs.


What you need to bring

You need to have your ID card with you.
The club have to check if the guests are older than 20 years old.


Meet your host :
Sally
  • 日本語 (Fluent)
  • English (Fluent)

Hi, I'm from Tokyo.
I'd like to introduce local life in Tokyo.
Let's enjoy Tokyo together!

I enjoy meeting new people, discovering new places, and always learning something new!
I love traveling in the world.
I have been to 45 countries.

I love the outdoors and an adventure all the time.
I like hiking, skiing and snowboarding.

I'm happy to guide you in Tokyo and outdoor ski adventures.
If you have any questions or would like further information for my tours, please send me a message!
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Review (1)

  • Jayantika Jayantika

    Pretty cool!

    Sally met us at the Shinjuku station and we walked to the club. It was very nice and the boys were really sweet and nice to talk to (with Sally acting as the translator). For fans of manga/anime who have read about it, it's a great experience. We learnt that the host club culture has been around for over two decades, but foreigners aren't really allowed into the clubs by themselves (it makes commercial sense to encourage long time customers) - so, for people wanting to get a slice of Japanese culture, it is a must do!

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