Womb, Tokyo

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2-16 Maruyama-cho, Shibuya-ku 81-3-5773-0440

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    Womb: Womb: #7 Club in the World

    by badgirljessica Written Jun 20, 2006

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    Sterne @ WOMB

    WOMB is one of Tokyo & Japan's premiere nightclubs and was ranked #7 in the world by DJ Mag. It boasts 3 levels overlooking a massive dancefloor, 30 foot ceiling in the main room, a 7ft diameter disco ball, and the best laser, light, and video show in Tokyo. Womb plays host to some of the biggest DJs in the world as well as quality house, techno, tribal, and drum n' bass parties. The music, lights, sound system, and crowd are all top notch. Drink prices are average.

    Dress Code: Open dress code.

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    WOMB: Clubbing

    by robslacker Written Oct 19, 2008

    One of the better clubs in shibuya depending on the dj, i had some pretty fun nights here. People are fun but not as friendly as other clubs in tokyo so i went here a lot to start but then not so much.
    however the fingerprint id scan is pretty cool if you are a member and worth doing as saves time and money and its free to become a member
    on the downside they dont like you taking photos in here which is a pain

    Dress Code: Anything goes but bring id or you wont get in

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    Womb: Good Dancing

    by sinjabc Written Oct 25, 2009

    I had heard about Womb from the movie "Babel" and wanted to see it for myself. It is much more glamorous in the movie. It took us a bit to find it from Shibuya station, try printing or drawing a map. After paying about $30 each to get it and putting our coats in a locker, we explored the four rooms of the club. There is a smaller lounge on the main floor and a big-open warehouse like dancing space (progressive trance). Most Japanese people stand and bounce or sway to dance. I found the music and single laser machine to be fun, but the crowd wasn't energetic in the Western-style sense. It was a little unusual to be dancing Western-style; it seemed erratic, but still fun.

    There were two other levels about the main dancing area, where you could look down on the dark crowd.

    Dress Code: Anything goes. I wore pumas, a skirt and sleeves top. I was often told "kawaii" (cute) by Japanese men. Do not take offense, they are just being polite and flirting with the foreign girl.

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    WOMB: Definitely here to party in Tokyo

    by ELENAIsh Written Sep 12, 2013

    WOMB is one of leading clubs all over the world.I went there on Saturday and Wednesday.
    International top DJs played in a main floor, and good local DJs played in other 3 floors on Saturday.
    Sound system, lighting and laser blew me away!Drink are average, staff and most of the people who go there are friendly.
    Only the lounge in the 1st floor was open on Wednesday. It was free admission for girls in the night!! I checked website and It said free admission for girls every Tuesday and Wednesday, Wow!! The party was rock even it was weekday. I talked some young Japanese girls, they are polite and friendly. We took shots of jager, I can't remember how much..anyway I had fun night!!

    Dress Code: No-Dress Code
    But you should avoid flipflap if you don't wanna get hurt with high heels.

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