Best Party Hostels in Tokyo

If you are looking for the best hostels to party in Tokyo, meet other fellow travellers, with sociable staff and organised events, these are the Party Hostels for you.

Tokyo is an amazing city famous for Anime and beautiful temples, but the city also offers a thriving nightlife for those looking to have a good time between sight-seeing sessions. The city has one of the best party scenes in the world, with plenty of interesting and unusual spots. The biggest and most famous party neighbourhoods are Golden Gai, Omoide Yokocho, and Kabukicho. Travelling solo or in a group, the hostels we recommend here are the perfect place for those looking to meet like-minded people, with a fun atmosphere and plenty of organised activities to encourage guest socialising. Book now and prepare to unleash the fun in iconic Tokyo.

What are the Party Hostels in Tokyo like?

Plenty of hostels in Tokyo have their own bar with lots of fun activities for guests. Live music and happy hours are common events on weekends. Karaoke is a Japanese thing, and most of the hostels have regular Karaoke nights.

Nightlife in Tokyo

Tokyo is truly one of the most attractive cities around the world, with an excellent combination of ancient and modern. Japanese do work hard, but party even harder. The weekends are definitely the time when the city gets pretty wild. The city has a marvellous entertaining scene, modern bars, and unconventional dance clubs.

Basic information about nightlife in Tokyo:

Best Party Areas in Tokyo

Tokyo has several party districts easily recognized by the extreme and colourful lighting and signs. The craziest clubs and bars are located at the pedestrian street, with plenty of cool party place in side streets as well. Don’t be surprised if you hear the music coming from the speakers placed on the buildings, that’s just what they do.

Party in Shinjuku

Shinjuku is the craziest district in Tokyo, divided into three party areas: Kabukicho (the biggest red-light district in Japan), Golden Gai, and Omoide Yokocho. Japanese are famous for having an extravagant and sometimes a bit weird sense when it comes to entertainment. That is why you can expect literally everything when you step into the vibrant Shinjuku.

For stunning views of the city and great cocktails, pay a visit to the famous RoofTop Bar & Terrace G. Bar Benfiddich servers the coolest drink menu in Tokyo, while the Shinjuku Craft Beer Tap offers the best local and international beers.

Party in Shibuya

Shibuya is a vibrant area and one of the most famous in Tokyo. The area is crowded with amazing bars and clubs where you can meet locals or other travellers. Shibuya is also known as the area with the best dance and night clubs in Tokyo.

Club Camelot is one of the biggest in Tokyo, with two lounge floors, two main floors, five different bars and lots of VIP seating spots. The Womb club is another popular place where you can dance the night out. Well-known as the epicentre of the best techno and house music parties, the club is hosting crazy parties almost every night.

Party in Asakusa

Asakusa is a bit more chilled area compared to Shinjuku and Shibuya, but definitely worth visiting. The area is the home of numerous local restaurants and bars where you can try some local specialties and drink famous sake or local beers.

Samboa Bar offers a unique and sophisticated experience, amazing local cuisine and well-crafted drinks. If you want to drink like a local, go to Daimasu Kaminarimon bar and restaurant. Their sake menu is one of the best in Tokyo.

Dress codes & age restrictions

Chick style is always a perfect option for the girls, as well as the smart casual look. Short skirts and high heels are always a good choice. For the guys, different clubs and bars might require a bit stricter clothing like long trousers and jacket.

Unlike the other capitals around the world, the minimum age for drinking and clubbing in Tokyo is 20. Japanese takes very seriously the age restriction, but there are some places where you might not be asked to show ID at the entrance.