Japanese startup 3.0 has been offering a subscription-based unlimited pass to nightclubs and discotheques in central Tokyo, called Neon. The company announced on Thursday that it has started selling a 7-day unlimited plan of the pass for 2,900 yen (about $27) on JAPANiCAN.com, a multilingual online travel booking site for international visitors run by Japanese travel agency giant JTB.
The plan was initially launched back in June this year and gives purchasers a 7-day unlimited access to selected 16 spots in Roppongi, Shibuya, Aoyama and other Tokyo’s nightlife districts. Since it’s told that there are 90 nightlife spots in all around Tokyo, the pass can give you an unlimited access to almost 20% out of all of them for a flat-rate pricing.
Neon was launched back in June of 2016 under its previous name of Live3S, aiming to connecting club go-ers seeking good spots and events with venue owners seeking new visitors. The team expects to revitalize the Japanese nightlife economy by pushing forward a nightclub culture in Tokyo where there are estimated 20,000 club go-ers.