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  1. Baia club in Shibuya
    Photo: Baia
  2. Baia club in Shibuya
    Photo: Baia
  3. Baia club in Shibuya
    Photo: Baia

Time Out says

Shibuya’s newest club Baia is also one of Tokyo’s most design-forward nightlife venues. Located right across from Parco Shibuya, the imposing monolithic design is envisioned by renowned New York-based artist and designer Roy Nachum, along with the team behind the original 1Oak Tokyo club in Azabu-Juban.

The minimalist cement-washed facade makes the building look like a futuristic shrine to clubbing. That’s not too far-fetched an assumption as Baia’s inspired by the ancient Roman city of Baiae, famed for being a party town before it was swallowed by the sea.

Inside its new ‘rebirth’ on this side of the world, Baia spans across four levels – including an executive suite overlooking the main floor of the club as well as a karaoke room – plus a rooftop with a view of the Shibuya skyline. It’s not only one of the largest clubs in Shibuya with a capacity for about 1,000 people but also one of the city’s most luxurious, known for its London-inspired bottle service shows.

Baia’s open-format music policy means it can cater to a diverse audience. There are regular themed nights, too, to keep things interesting: Don’t Tell Fridays and Cirque Saturday, just to name a few. In the past, the club has hosted big-name artists including American rapper Fabolous and DJ Skrillex.


17-6 Udagawacho, Shibuya
Opening hours:
Wed-Sat, 11pm-5am
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