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There’s A Nightclub Inside A Japanese Metro Station

Pretty convenient if you need to catch the train home.

While Japan is the place to go if you’re looking to get a little outside your comfort zone, we may have found the coolest place to have a dance – underground in the metro, of course.

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Club Metro, a dingy basement club in the artsy university district of Kyoto, can be found in a sectioned-off tunnel inside the still-functioning Metro station there – which is pretty damn convenient for when you need to catch the last train home.

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The club hosts everything from avant garde parties to live music and raging club nights with guests like DJ Harvey; the night inthemix visited it was the closing party of an art exhibition, featuring tunes by a didgeridoo-playing psytrance drummer, a glitch DJ, and a noise experimentalist who made menacing whale song sounds using a CDJ and a guitar pedal.

RELATED: FIVE THINGS TO DO IN TOKYO OUTSIDE YOUR COMFORT ZONE

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h/t In The Mix

(Lead image: Kyoto Metro, all other images: Kyoto Metro/Facebook)

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