Sound Museum Vision

Sound Museum Vision is a subterranean answer to Tokyo’s cubicle dance clubs. In late 2011, Global Hearts, the same people that produced Daikanyama’s Air, opened Vision. Located in Shibuya with a capacity of 1,500, the club is divided into four rooms, each having its own ambiance and genre of music, ranging from hip-hop and house to techno and other audio textures. The biggest room, Gaia, has a sound system that would’ve made Uncle Jamm’s Army proud. Vision has hosted acts like Ben UFO, John Digweed, and Pete Rock.

Address: B1F, 2-10-7 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku

Website: vision-tokyo.com

Tel: 03-5728-2824

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