This live music club is where Beatles fans meet and enjoy good food and drinks, while listening to the performance of a Beatles' tribute band. On Mondays through Thursdays there are four stage events a day, while Fridays and Saturdays have five (there are times when event frequencies may change). The bands do not change, so you can really enjoy each performance. The main band out of the set performers is The Parrots, and they are so well known that you will often even find people from overseas among the crowd during their sets, so you know you will be getting a quality show. This will surely become the most treasured memory of your trip.
This club opened in 2013. It's nearby Roppongi Station, and is the crowded sort of place that always has a boisterous, party-hardy vibe. The staff and DJ play a wide variety of music from the 80s to the present. There is a happy hour every day from opening time until 11:00 p.m., and an all-night long "Happy Day" every Thursday with drinks costing 300 yen a glass (tax included). (This schedule may be altered during an event) Enjoy this fresh, easy way of experiencing Roppongi's club scene.
This club is a convenient one minute walk away from Tokyo Metro's Roppongi Station. It has all the right ingredients to sweep you off your feet: awesome sounds from the DJ, the incredible quality sound system, the immersive light show, and more. During their happy hour from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., nobody has to pay an entrance fee, and drinks cost just 500 yen! You can expect some amazing encounters, while you enjoy all that a Roppongi night has to offer.
*October 2016 Update*: This location is permanently closed.
George's, which has been said to be the original soul bar, was established in 1964 by Nobuko Okada, the legendary bar owner who has captivated artists from around the world. After her death, the present owner reopened and took charge of the place in accordance with Nobuko's dying wish, and the passionate demands of many fans. The highlight of this bar is the antique jukebox inherited from Nobuko. Anybody can be carried away by the passionate sounds of this soul music, full of old beats that inevitably tug at your heartstrings. It's worth visiting the bar just to hear it.
Maduro is a bar located on the 4th floor of the Grand Hyatt Tokyo Hotel. This impressive place is illuminated by fire from gas lamps, and has distinctive, large glass partitions that add to the chic and chill vibe. Lend an ear to the live music performed by artists welcomed from abroad, while tasting the bar's signature mojito cocktail, and give yourself an incredible memory from your trip. You will want to come dressed your best for this place.
*This information is from the time of this article's publication.