This dingy but funky club occupies the whole of a run-down, four-storey building on Roppongi Dori. The first floor contains a yakitori bar, the second a DJ bar, the third the main dance area, and the fourth a lounge bar. The monthly schedule ranges widely, from drum ’n’ bass to R&B, house, techno, hip hop and jazz. Hachi was once the regular haunt of globally feted DJ Ken Ishii.

Tokyo City Guide (Edition 5)



Aoyama Bldg 1F-4F, 4-5-9 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku

Transport Shibuya Station (Yamanote line), Miyamasusaka (east) exit; (Ginza line), Inokashira, Tamagawa exits; (Hanzomon line), exit 11.

Telephone 03 5766 4887

Open 10pm-5am Mon-Sat; 5-11pm Sun

Admission Admission varies


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