Vanity Lounge, Tokyo
Situated near the Roppongi station, Vanity Lounge is a contemporary dance club that has attracted illustrious cliental since opening in 2012.
Combining fine dining with private karaoke booths, and common lounge areas with the dance floor, the club accommodates the partying needs of every individual customer.
Despite being a single floor venue, the club is surprisingly large with space for up to 700 guests. VIP sections surround the dance floor and offer the exclusive guest an intimate sanctuary from the party.
Aimed at the more mature and sophisticated customer, Vanity Lounge is renowned as being one of the more cosmopolitan clubs in Japan. Entry is free for women and depending on the night, customers can expect to be entertained by an array of special guests, including go-go dancers.
Resident DJ Yaksa, formerly of LA’s celebrity club Voyouri, provides great pop and R&B inspired music, and ensures that the dance floor is vibrant and busy throughout the night. The events team also organise live music performances, with the club having previously played host to such stars as Black Eyed Peas, Ne-Yo, and LMFAO.
For those who wish to dine prior to their nightclub experience, Vanity Lounge offers French inspired cuisine with Japanese overtones. In addition to the culinary delights, Champagne, wine, cocktails, and beer, can be enjoyed from the dining area until 11pm, before guests are invited next door to join the party.