TOKYO NIGHTTIME PASSPORT
What is TOKYO NIGHTTIME PASSPORT?
Enjoy Shibuya and Shinjuku’s nights in a safe environment and at a bargain with the flat-rate TOKYO NIGHTTIME PASSPORT voucher.
Check out these perks!
Available for use at participating bars, clubs, and more in Shibuya and Shinjuku!
Reap the benefits of plans only available with TOKYO NIGHTTIME PASSPORT and at a bargain!
Enjoy a variety of options for 2,000; 3,000; or 5,000 yen depending on the place.
Have a blast with Tokyo’s nightlife knowing all the places on this site are upstanding, safe establishments.
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1. How to use it
- Buy the TOKYO NIGHTTIME PASSPORT voucher.
- Check for participating locations on this website, and head out to where you want to go.
- Show the TOKYO NIGHTTIME PASSPORT voucher to the staff at the place, and choose your preferred option.
Check each place’s options on the individual special TOKYO NIGHTTIME PASSPORT pages.
Participating locations display the TOKYO NIGHTTIME PASSPORT sticker below (some locations may not).
2. Where to buy it
Make a reservation by clicking the button below, and pay for it at a Tickets Today booth.
Available for purchase at Tickets Today booths even without a reservation.
Other purchase locations
Purchase is also available at the following locations
3. What it costs
5,000 yen per voucher (tax included)
2,000- and 3,000-yen tickets included
Use the 2,000- and 3,000-yen tickets individually at two spots, or combine them for a total of 5,000 yen at one spot. The choice is yours!
4. How long you can use it
Usage period: Jan. 7, 2019–Feb. 28, 2019
Sales period: Dec. 19, 2018–Feb. 28, 2019
5. Things to keep in mind
Read below for basic notes on use. Check the Terms & Conditions page for details.
- Cannot be used in place of cash. Change is not given when ordering a 2,000-yen option with a 3,000-yen ticket.
- Items not included on the voucher are not covered. Such items require separate payment.
- Alcohol consumption by minors under the age of 20 is prohibited by Japanese law.
This project is supported by Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau as a part of projects for the development of tourism resources in Tokyo districts.