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Is Izakaya the Japanese equivalent of a restaurant bar?

Japan has a lot of foreign bars and clubs, but one of its most famous hangout places for drinking and eating is the Izakayas. Generally, most Japanese people especially the university students tend to spend more time at the izakayas than the usual bars. Nonetheless, izakayas are located in the nightlife area as well as…

How to enjoy Roppongi nightlife, Tokyo

Do you want to party? It is the best way to experience a new place. Whatever kind of party you want you can find it in Tokyo. One of the most famous entertainment places to go for a night out is Roppongi. Roppongi is where the foreigners and the socialites of Japan go to party.…

3 largest nightlife areas in Japan

Do you like going out at night? Well, come people prefer hanging out at night to doing that in the daytime. The atmosphere, when you are walking in the city at night, with glowing neon lights on the left and various charming shops on the right, is amazing. Japan has some nice places you should…

Shinjuku : Strange, Beautiful and Mad

Author’s photo Shinjuku Station (Tokyo) is completely bonkers. Absolutely, 100% mad. The Guinness book of World Records lists it as the number one busiest train station in the world, which is easy to believe knowing that there are more than three million people passing through it each day. The station has 36 platforms, which connect…

Well-kept-secret “Bar Music” in Shibuya, Tokyo

There are many venues where the high quality music is being played in Japan, but you may sometimes be eager to listen to the music calmly while sipping your cocktail or coffee. This is the good place to do it. Walk by the busiest street in Shibuya for ten minutes, get up to the 4th…

4 most popular night activities in Japan

Whether you enjoy going out to a bar for a drink, taking your partner to a movie, or just hanging out with your friends, Japan has a variety of different activities and places for you to sample! Here is a short list of popular activities and locations that most Japanese engage themselves in when it’s…