Tokyo bars

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Enjoy Sushi and Drinks: 8 Recommended Sushi Bars in Tokyo

Discover 8 top sushi bars in Tokyo! Experience the perfect blend of authentic Japanese sushi and drinks in the heart of Japan's culinary capital.

Recommended 6 Bars in Shibuya

Introducing top bars in trendy Shibuya, Tokyo's vibrant youth culture hub. From relaxing hideaways to night view spots and affordable gems - a bar guide for every taste.

10 Best Bars to Visit in Yanaka Ginza

Tokyo's timeless shopping street | Enjoy an untouched retro townscape with over 60 shops lining this 170m alley in the "Cat Town" of Yanaka. Encounter friendly locals and felines at cozy downtown bars.

Shinjuku Omoide Yokocho aka Piss Alley

Omoide Yokocho literally meaning “Memory Lane” and more commonly known now as “Piss Alley”, has a very long history dating back to 1946. A year after World War 2 this area of Shinjuku started developing into a location for street vendors and the black market because of its easy accessibility

Nurukan | Sake Bars in Asakusa (w/Photos)

Asakusa is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Tokyo; you can feel the history simply by strolling through the area. In addition to landmarks like Sensoji and Nakamise, you’ll encounter a humble and energetic neighborhood, full of retro ambiance, which you can experience by walking the streets

Asakusa Ichimon Honten | Sake Bars in Asakusa (w/Photos)

Asakusa, which is popular with both domestic and international visitors, is one of the premier sightseeing destinations in Tokyo. Asakusa retains a classic townscape and has various attractions including Sensoji, Nakamise, and Hanayashiki. In this article, we’ll introduce Asakusa Ichimon Honten, a restaurant in Asakusa serving traditional Japanese cuisine,

Kamiya Bar | Sake Bars in Asakusa (w/Photos)

Asakusa is an area that retains the retro vibe of Tokyo. There are various attractions in Asakusa, including Sensoji, Nakamise, and Hanayashiki (a theme park), in addition to dozens of classic restaurants with an illustrious history, which is to say there is something for everyone in Asakusa. In this article,