Tokyo club nights have the X Factor!
There may not be bikini-clad crowds like in Es Paradis in Ibiza, but banging dance anthems make Saturday nights at Tokyo worth leaving the house for this winter.
The legendary Deja Vu events have moved to the new Anlaby Road venue and organisers say the response from fans has been "phenomenal".
Terry Spamer has been the brains behind one of the UK's longest-running house nights for 20 years.
He said: "During the past two decades we have held several highly successful long-running residencies at the Room, Fez Club and The Welly.
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"We have also staged numerous Deja Vu events across the UK and in Ibiza.
"I suppose Deja Vu has become a legendary brand in this area.
"We have brought a lot of huge DJs and live acts to the city over the years and are regarded by a lot of people as one of the pioneers of dance and house music in the UK."
Terry said the first two weeks at Tokyo have seen hundreds of revellers hit the dance floor and the nights have brought a "new vibrancy" to Saturday nights in the city.
Previous events at the club included the well-attended Hed Kandi and the Ibiza Reunion with Oliver Lang and Gordon Edge.
The next big night this week will see Radio One DJ Danny Howard set up at the decks for a night of dance anthems.
Terry said: "Tokyo is by far the best venue in the city. The team have done an amazing job renovating what is a stunning listed building.
"However, they have also mixed this with contemporary and high-class fixtures and fittings and, above all, the sound and lighting are second to none.
"Another important factor in moving my events to Tokyo was that it was one of the first venues I started hosting events in the early 1990s.
"I put on DJs such as Carl Cox, Sasha, Masters at Work and Danny Rampling at this venue – so I know its potential more than anyone."
Terry said every major city has at least one club that is dedicated to house or electronic music at the weekend, with the likes of Leeds, Manchester or Birmingham boasting half a dozen.
"Apart from one-off events here and there, we didn't have a regular dance music club," he said.
"To be honest, it saddened me that since the recession kicked in most clubs in the city have gone down the cheap drinks or free entry path to attract people, rather than putting on quality music events.
"All this is now changing and world-class Saturday nights are back in Hull."