It’s common for visitors to want to visit a local club whenever they travel. Once you dance the night away, you become hungry afterwards. Therefore, whenever you go spend the night out, it’s best that you research for a good nearby store beforehand. We have picked up some of the stores that are nearby the club’s recommended by the local guide Yasuko, who have lived in Shibuya for 6 years.

①Sushi Daidokoya

Located in the middle of Dogenzaka, “Sushi Daidokoya” is a popular sushi restaurant known for operating throughout midnight till 6AM the next morning. It is located exactly on the opposite side of [SOUND MUSEUM VISION]( and is only a 2-min walk from Maruyamacho’s [club asia]( When finished for the night, some of the DJ’s rewards themselves with a nice meal here. Other than the delicious Sushi, Tempura, and cooked fish, they also have a wide variety of other delicious seafood plate for you to enjoy.

※Please keep in mind that credit card is not accepted at this store.
Address: Tokyo-to, Shibuya-ku, Dogenzaka, 2 Chome-15-1, Noah Dogenzaka 1F
(Fri. & Sat.)
(Sun. & Holidays)


Shibuya Oiran is a Bar/Restaurant located in the clubbing district. Located at the corner of the clubbing district in Maruyamacho, its characteristics lies in the Japanese-styled vermillion outer appearances. There is a DJ booth in the store as the 1st floor is standing bars while the 2nd floor has seating and tables. During midnight, you will often see many customers interacting with each other on the first floor while enjoying the music. You have the options of making friends and go clubbing together afterwards or relaxing on the 2nd floor after tiring yourself from all the dancing.

Address: Tokyo-to, Shibuya-ku, Dogenzaka 2 Chome 22-6
OPEN from 18:00 till late


Once you make a turn at the corner of [club asia](, there is a Yakiniku restaurant called “Ajikura” that is open until morning. This restaurant known for its broiled pork innards has two stores in this district area. This store also offers unique menu, such as “Sri Lankan Curry Yakiniku” which is a dish where you cook the meat on the cooking net while marinated with spice. For drinks, they have Japanese Sake, Shochu and various other drinks so have a visit if you have the time.

Tokyo-to, Shibuya-ku, Maruyama-cho, 7-12 Coop1F
Mon.~Sat.: 18:00~06:00 (L.O. 05:00)
Sun. & Holidays 18:00~0:00 (L.O. 23:00)


If you want to grab something to eat while club-hopping, stop by a ramen restaurant located in Hyakendana. Hyakendana before the war used to be a busy shopping district in Shibuya and still has many stores that not many people knows about. Bangaichi is especially one of the most well-known ramen restauraunts in Tokyo. The owner being a former rapper, this restaurant also has many fans of this restaurant whom are musicians. “Special Miso Ramen” is a ramen filled with the taste of vegetables and is a menu that is of the highest quality.

Address: Tokyo-to, Shibuya-ku, Dogenzaka 2 Chome 16-1, Ise Bld. 1F2F
(Mon. ~Sat.)


You’re looking for something to eat on your way back to your hotel after partying till the morning…if you find yourself in this position, visit this Soba Restaurant nearby from Don Quijote. From the outside it looks like a regular standing soba restaurant but there is a reason why this place is popular among customers. Instead of using a binding agent, they use 100% buckwheat flour all at a cheap price. You’ll find yourself wanting to come back again after experiencing the delicious food here.

Address: Tokyo-to, Shibuya-ku, Dogenzaka, 2 Chome 25-7, Plaza Dogenzaka 1F
Open 24/7

October is Halloween season, and various Halloween themed events will be held. Go to Shibuya and enjoy music and dancing in Tokyo!