f-Bar in Azabu-Juban

Stylish hangout for hedonism, romance & networking

f-Bar
Kyle Hedlund   - 2 min read

Fashion TV, the world's most famous and watched fashion entertainment channel (aired in 202 countries and with three hundred million viewers around the world), chose Tokyo’s stylish Azabu-Juban neighborhood in which to launch f-Bar, its official restaurant and lounge. This was the first club in Japan to receive the prestigious "The World's Finest Clubs" award in 2011.

Offering a unique fusion of food and fashion, f-Bar is a chic hangout for models, stylists, photographers and makeup artists. But you don’t have to be in the fashion industry to enjoy yourself—f-Bar’s open terrace, restaurant, lounge and private rooms provide a luxurious setting, whether you’re looking for a night of hedonism, romance or networking. The sparkling decor is almost as gorgeous as the clientele, creating a refined atmosphere with prices that won’t cripple your wallet. Indeed, course menus and all-you-can-drink packages are affordably priced.

More than just a club, f-Bar has two distinct aspects: a restaurant that serves up delicious food from 6pm to 11pm, and the red-hot lounge that follows from 11pm to 5 the next morning. Top DJ's and performing artists are invited to parties and events, and dinner guests can spill over into lounge time without paying the entrance fee.

The latest fashion news is aired throughout the lounge and the hottest music pervades the atmosphere, making f-Bar the perfect spot for fashion and music to collaborate. While the creative, trendy clientele exudes a global feeling to the place, the glamorous, colorful interior sends you on a fantastic journey out of this world.

The regular lounge fee for men is 2000 yen (with a drink) from Monday to Thursday, and 3500 yen (with 2 drinks) on Fridays, Saturdays and the night before public holidays. Ladies enter f-Bar for free on weekends. Be sure to bring photo ID along, as there is a check at the entrance.

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