Crazy Japanese Nightclub Flyers

When I go to to clubs and gigs around Tokyo, I usually pick up flyers for upcoming events. These phantasmagorical flyers, hastily designed by eccentric art-school graduates and drug-addled musicians, often turn out to be more spectacular than the events themselves.
Just the names of the events, musicians and DJs, can be surprising. For example…

“MONKEEEEEE FUUUUUUCK!” is an eye-catching name if ever I’ve seen one. If that’s not enough, “Fuck Masta Fuck” is surely the best DJ name ever.
Similarly offensive is the following flyer for Club Mass, where you can listen to “wanky techno” courtesy of the delightfully-named “DJ Cunt”.

There’s also the silly “DJ Cak”…

…and last but not least, the unbelievable “VJ Pile of Dog Shit.” He shouldn’t be so hard on himself.

Let’s hope they all team up for a song, appear on “The Disney Club” and top the billboard charts (“…and at number one this week is DJs Fuck Masta Fuck, Cak, Pile of Dog Shit and Cunt!”)

As well as this colourful use of the English language, there are also some amusing misspellings on Japanese nightclub flyers, as you can see below.

This flyer intructs us to “bring bring” but what is it that we’re supposed to be bringing? Bring a bottle? Bring the noise? Bring me the head of Alfredo Garcia?

I’m not sure that people will be lining up to hear this “bland new mix.” It sounds as if they’ll be spinning Enya and Kenny G all night.

The flyer below appears to be promising discounts for customers who bring kitchen equipment.

And the words aren’t all that’s freaky on Japanese flyers, the illustrations are equally mind-blowing, like the two, frankly disturbing ones below.

Who knows what kind of antics go on at those parties, but I’m sure they’re fun for all the family. Don’t forget to bring Granny!

17 Responses to Crazy Japanese Nightclub Flyers

  1. Jack says:


    Think on the brighter side.

    At least you get to see creativity in all these.

    You’ll never get to see these in Singapore .


  2. Rob says:

    that is some funny stuff! At least they aren’t putting you to sleep!?

  3. Rua MacTírean says:

    Reminds me of something I smoked once, couldn’t sleep for a week but hey, in retrospect, it was worth the story

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  5. Funny if that VJ really was literally just a pile of dog shit.

  6. roaf says:

    If he was just a pile of dog shit he wouldn’t have to be a VJ to dazzle people, he could just squelch around a bit.

  7. Flaffer says:

    On the “Bring Bring” flyer, I think that is the ‘r’ and ‘L’ thing and that is ‘Bling Bling” which would fit the Rap motif of the dude with the pearls….sort of. Not many rappers wear pearls!

  8. roaf says:

    Yeah, I figured that out. I didn’t notice the pearls, though! Japanee hip hop has a long way to go!

  9. nice blog post about this subject. this makes me think of a question though, so i dont really understand the relation of this topic and your entire website. it just doesnt fit in. But nontheless i found it very readable. Cheers, Rizwan

  10. RegalSin says:

    Japanese are considered wild, and that is like all the slang mumbo jumbo in USA. Also all of that “crazy” stuff is for the standard populous. Not the real, people. Think about night clubs in USA, or Britian, basically but with the Japanese culture group. Nothing amazing at all, in fact it is boring then you expect.

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