Ikebukuro has many Izakaya that is perfect for casual drinking. Make sure to drop by the 12 best Izakaya in Ikebukuro for a great time.
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This list of 10 things to do in Roppongi will make you discover the best of its day and night life, taking you through shopping, art and delicious food until the next morning!
Just in case you found yourself in Ginza with nothing much to do, here is a quick list to prove you how much this district has to offer! Find the 10 best nightlife ideas in Ginza.
Roppongi nightlife is one aspect of Tokyo tour that most tourists look forward. Experience a night you'll surely mark as one of the most memorable one yet like clubs, bars, and shows.
Harajuku is a center of entertainment, fashion, and dining in Japan. Here are the 10 best bars in Harajuku for superb drinks.
Although there are various things to see, we recommend that you enjoy your meal again. Even at night, I think that you can enjoy it, for example, visiting an authentic bar.
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There are tremendous bars in Tokyo, here are my recommendations:- For funJBS Shibuya: http://www.geocities.co.jp/MusicHall/3707/jbs.htmlGreat music and casual atmosphere. Vinyls of jazz, blues, and soul.- For delicious cocktailsBar Ishinohana: http://ishinohana.com/en/The bartender is an award-wi...
You have to experience the nightlife if you want to make the best out of your trip to Yokohama. As a certified cosmopolitan city, it rivals Tokyo’s frantic energy, where, as the sun goes down, everything becomes brighter and noisier. See, eat, and drink the night away to enjoy what it has to off...
Traditional shows are Kabuki, Taishu Engeki, Rakugo, etc. Kabuki in Ginza has translations so it must be the easiest show to watch. We also have musicals such as Gekidan Shiki. They play Lion King, Aladdin, Sound of Music, Cats, etc. Popular ones to locals is "Takarazuka". There are many Takarazu...
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You can find Izakayas at almost everywhere in Central Tokyo. Roppongi and Shibuya are more home to clubs but there are also many Izakayas.
Tokyo is filled with numerous bars that have a great selection of Japanese wine. Visit these 10 best bars in Tokyo to taste excellent wine!
You can find lots of street food at traditional shopping streets.- Nakamise Dori Shotengai (Shopping Street)The shopping street from the gate of Sensoji Temple to Sensoji in Asakusa. Probably the most famous shopping street for tourists. You can find, croquette, melon pan, soft serve, age-manju, ...
How about participating in Hub Japan's BE A LOCAL?https://hubjapan.io/experiences/J_gTnUKPL9-CfYcrxT09LQYou will be able to have a dinner (Okonomiyaki) with local Japanese :)
I don't think anything is planned at this moment. Hatsune Miku concert is actually starting today to September 3.
How about exploring Kanda area? It's walkable distance from Akihabara and there are many many Izakaya (Japanese pubs) and bars. The area is developed from long time ago so some of them are really historical. You will find tremendous amount of dining places around Kanda Station.
Did you know that there are local Tokyo sake breweries? Tokyo Shoten is a small Japanese sake bar which let you try sake from breweries in Tokyo.
If you are staying in Shibuya, how about visiting "Hachigatsu No Kujira"? The bartender loves watching films and this bar is famous for cocktails inspired by films. If you tell them your favorite movie, they will make cocktails according to that. Hachigatsu No Kujira: https://fastjapan.com/en/p12...
Shinjuku, Shibuya, Roppongi, Ginza, Shinbashi have lots of bars and Izakayas (Japanese pubs) to spend a night. Some places even open all night.If you are looking for clubbing, Roppongi and Shibuya are better than other places.
There isn't much "night market" out all year around in Japan. Night market in Japan is out seasonally, and it is called "Ennichi". Learn more about Ennichi:http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/indepth/cultural/experience/ad.htmlFor nightlife other than that, I think it is not much different from other count...