In Akihabara, you can see a broad range of idols from major idols appearing on TV to those who are still on their way to become world-class idols, performing mainly in small venues - if you know where to go. Let us introduce you to places where you'll be sure to see an idol from up close!
Have a Drink, See a Performance!
Grab a drink at the bar of Akihabara Fun while watching dancing and singing girls on the stage who aspire to become real idols. Some of them might even strive to become an Anison Singer (Anime music singer) and you might just witness a future star being discovered! Sip on a tasty drink while cheering for the performers.
AKIHABARA FUNAKIHABARA FUN
- Address 3-1-3 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0021
Chat with Idols!
Many popular idols you might know from TV, including the group Dempagumi.inc, as well as various idol apprentices belong to Akihabara Dear Stage. At this venue, unique idols' live performances are held every day and you even get the opportunity to chat to the performers while enjoying a drink. This location is a must-visit for experiencing idol culture at close quarters. The front shutter is always closed even during business hours, so finding the entrance might prove a bit difficult at first.
Akihabara Dear Stage秋葉原Dear★Stage
- Address 3-10-9 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0021
Cheer for your Favorite Idol!
More than 100 idol performers belong to AKIHABARA Backstage pass, which is very famous for hosting an event where the guests take the roles of producers and can support their favorite idol. A wide range of food and drinks are also available on the menu for you to snack on while following the developing career of your favorite idol in this wonderful cafe atmosphere.
AKIBA culture ZONE the sixth floor, 1-7-6, Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0021
Akihabara Station （JR Sobu Main Line / JR Keihin-Tohoku Line / JR Yamanote Line / Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line / Tsukuba Express）
4 minutes on foot
- Phone Number 03-5298-5286
- Address AKIBA culture ZONE the sixth floor, 1-7-6, Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0021
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