Idol Show Tickets for Alice Project Live Concerts in Akihabara

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Fucking lit

Reviewed by: Eddy, 2017/06/18

It was a great experience. They were very welcoming to foreigners and the show was great. 10/10 would buy a light up stick and party with old people screaming their heads off for young idols

Attended as:Friends
Activity Date:2017/06/16
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Enjoying Idols and the people who worship them

Reviewed by: Nordic King, 2017/06/12

This is a smaller version of the Idol worship that exist in Japan. They are known as the "underground" idols and the venue is perfect for that! 5-6 girls come out at a time and dans and lipsync and then at a point everyone sits down on the floor to listen to their chit chat. Then next girls comes out.

Great to see the show (all Japanese songs and dancing), but more the experience with the audience! They are part of the show and they know their own chorography very well!

There is alcohol at the venue to make this surreal experience even more fun!

Attended as:Friends
Activity Date:2017/05/29
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Reviewed by: Andon Momk, 2017/05/28

Great show, amazing value for money. Would recommend for anyone travelling through Tokyo.

Attended as:Solo Travelers
Activity Date:2017/05/25
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Japense Pop that doesn't stop!

Reviewed by: Wolfie, 2017/05/13

This is an excellent way to see Japanese girl pop acts. The entertainment is energetic and continuous. You get to see several acts over the course of the show, with little to no wait time between performances.

I chose to go to the afternoon show and it was not very crowded. The audience was made up primarily of men, most of whom appeared to be dropping in for some entertainment after work, seeing as many were in business suits. The crowd was very enthusiastic.

The performance is in a normal sized auditorium in a multi-purpose building. There were tables with chairs (where I sat) at the back and a standing/dancing area in front of the stage. There is a bar on the side, and your ticket includes vouchers for a few drinks.

The venue is not hard to find in the Akihabara neighbourhood. The staff are very polite and welcoming. It is a fun show and for the price, it's a must see for anybody travelling in Japan who enjoys J-Pop music and Akihabara's culture.

Attended as:Solo Travelers
Activity Date:2017/04/20
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Reviewed by: Dominique, 2017/01/19

This was an interesting and fun experience, and gave us an opportunity to see a part of Japanese culture we wouldn't have seen in another way. The concert featured three performance groups, one after the other, each in a slightly different style. Perhaps the most interesting part though was seeing the fans who had come to support the different idols. They had brought their colored handheld sticks and were cheering along with the songs.

Please note there is a lot of standing--we had spent all day walking so our feet were quite sore at the point the concert started. They were going to be doing a new song the night we were there, so there were quite a few people and the concert went almost 3 hours, all standing. It was worth it in the end, but we would have taken the rest of the day more easy had we known.

Attended as:Solo Travelers
Activity Date:2016/12/30
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Reviewed by: NJM, 2016/11/20

This show delivers what it says and more. ..the crowd are passionate and lively. ..impossible not to smile. ..price includes 1500 yen of drinks or food :-)

Attended as:Solo Travelers
Activity Date:2016/11/11
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Enjoying Idol Culture!

Reviewed by: Anonymous, 2016/08/12

Just before the show, we made reservations and were able to go. Since we made the reservation during our trip, the hotel let us print our voucher from their fax machine. That was a little bit difficult.
We like idol groups and so we were really looking forward to it.
The amount of people having the buffet was small, so everyone just ended up ordering instead. However, one of the people there said that if you get the buffet plan, you can see the idols going back and forth during the intermission and say hello to them.
Next time I think we'll get the buffet plan!

Attended as:Couples
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You See Cute Idols and Meet Incredibly Kind Fans

Reviewed by: Traveler, 2016/08/12

This was my first experience at an Akihabara idol theatre. It was a much friendlier and fun place than I had imagined.

All of the girls were cute and worked very hard. Even though they might feel tired of performing every day, they really gave their all singing and dancing. When I saw their enthusiasm, I smiled and applauded them.

About the fans. Even though I thought that Akihabara would be full of wota fans doing their crazy enthusiastic wotagei dances, the atmosphere was actually very calm. The fans all seemed to be kind to one another, for example bringing fellow fans who were shy to the front. Everyone had a great time together so I was surprised! Depending on the song, the fans would all face the stage or the center of the concert hall together, moving as one. They weren't pushing each other to reach the front of the stage at all, and instead really enjoyed the show together. It was a great, stress-free atmosphere.

As for me, I thought the purple girl from the "Armor Girls" was cute. I'm looking forward to the group's future activities since I think they could go on to perform in places like Zepp or Saitama Super Arena!

(Translated from Japanese by

  • 3 groups of masked girls

  • On the 7th Floor of Pasela

  • It's very close to Akihabara station and even feels safe at night.

  • Masked girls. A Very interesting concept.

  • The entrance on the first floor.

Attended as:Friends
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Girls and dancing sticks!

Reviewed by: Zoe, 2016/05/02

Fun, entertaining underground pop idol show. It was interesting to observe how the girls interacted with the audience. There are special dance steps with the light sticks. Worth checking out, if you are interested in the Japanese pop music scene.

Attended as:Couples
Activity Date:2016/04/14
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Dance along with the idols!

Reviewed by: Ariel, 2014/10/17

4-5 trendy idol groups were there singing a couple of their original songs and dancing vigorously.
As I thought, “They are real idols, how cute!” people around us were dancing and singing. Their force, quality, dedication, and seriousness met those of the idols.
As a beginner, I felt confused, so I would like to share some rules you should know before going to an idol festival for the first time.

1. Stand up when your idol introduces herself
Seems there is a rule that when a idol introduces herself, the idol will raise her right hand and say 'Hi! I am XXX'. At that time, stand up and call her name

2. Be seated on the floor after the set ends
Idols will introduce themselves during that time.

3. If you want to take a photograph or get a signature, bring your own pen and camera.
After the festival(live show), participants will have some time to talk with the idols. You can also vote for your idol by putting a coin in the idol's ballot box which costs 1500 yen per vote.
hen the festival ends, maybe you might naturally want to support these idols? It was a precious experience, one you will never forget. It's recommendable not only for boys, but also for girls♪

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  • The building front

Attended as:Friends
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