Nikki Tiger For a party to futuristic Tokyo

© Nikki Tiger
© Nikki Tiger
© Nikki Tiger

Stylish, different, hip: In May 2018, the Japanese-inspired Nikki Tiger opened in Hamburg. Between pop art, plush and screens, the crowd sips good drinks, dances to house and hip-hop tunes or uses the outdoor terrace.

More has changed here than just the name. Between pop art, plush and screens, the crowd sips good drinks, dances to house and hip-hop tunes, or uses the outdoor terrace with its red and white lanterns as a backdrop for the party documentary.

Influences from Tokyo

Inspired by Tokyo's past and present, the downstairs room is illuminated by a large light installation with the club's name as well as some light art. Here, guests are definitely in the modern Tokyo of the future. One floor up, it's on to the past and a cozier atmosphere, furnished with pictures of a geisha, velvety seating and hidden, dark corners. For an entrance fee of around ten euros, you get an exclusive party atmosphere.

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