The disco boom that swept Japan in the 1980s and 90s was led by Maharaja. The symbol of Japan’s disco boom was women dancing on the mini standing stages, which was first born in Maharaja. This legendary club revived in Roppongi in 2010 and is gaining popularity again.

There are also events that take the latest EDM, but there are events such as disco music in the 1970s and 1980s, and dance music “Parapara” popular in Japan in the latter half of the 1990s. For that reason, many customers are coming to enjoy nostalgic music and the atmosphere, and it is characterized by a wide range of customers from young people to 40s and 50s. Of course, the legendary mini stage was also reproduced as it was at that time. You can enjoy the gorgeous and unique atmosphere of the Japanese bubble period even if you have not been to clubs or discos much. As women have many entrance free events, how about visiting as part of Roppongi sightseeing?


Address3-12-6, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo Roppongi plaza building 5F
Business hoursMon・Tues 7PM to 12AM

Wed・Thurs 7PM to 2AM
Fri・Sat・Holiday 7PM to 5AM

SmokingHas Smoking/NonSmoking areas
Dress codeNo Sandals, Half-pants, Jerseys, etc.