Shimokitazawa is well known for its thrift stores, music culture, theaters and bars. Sometimes it takes a while to find a perfect bar to settle, so here's a list of selected bars to make your decisions a little easier.
While in Tokyo, there is an absurd number of crazy restaurants to pick from. Besides the maid cafes and the cat cafes, there are some really weird restaurants out there that you need to try in order to make your Tokyo journey complete. We narrowed down the list for you; here are the must-go to crazy restaurants in Tokyo.
If you're looking for a cool bar in Asakusa that isn't super touristy, this list is for you!
Shibuya is one of the busiest and most populated areas in Tokyo. It is also known for the place where you can enjoy your nightlife with many bars, pubs and clubs. This article will introduce the most unique bars in Shibuya!
If you're looking for a great izakaya (Japanese style bar) or a big fan of seafood, you should try Isomaru Suisan. It is a causal chain restaurant often found near stations in Tokyo and the cities. The fresh seafood grilled in front of you is amazing! It's a place where you can order seafood and grill it yourself in the tiny grill they provide: clams, scallops and squid.
Wakanui is a famous steakhouse in Tokyo. They offer incredible steaks and the best view of Tokyo's iconic building, Tokyo Tower. If you are looking for the nice restaurant to have a special dining experience, just visit Wakanui, and you won't regret.
Toot! Toot! Japan isn't short of interestingly-themed restaurants! Just a little wander around the backstreets of popular tourist spots you'll find some pretty eye-opening restaurant signs. Testudo Izakaya (Railroad bar) Little TGV combines a maid cafe with a railway theme. All aboard!
Izakaya (Japanese style bar) is a type of casual drinking place where you relax and enjoy your drinks, food, and conversations with your friends, family, or significant other. The best izakaya to experience the real Japanese nightlife would be Uotami, the biggest and popular chain that is located in all across Japan including Tokyo (Shibuya, Ginza, Shinjuku...and more!). They also offer the "nomihodai" (all-you-can-drink) you should check out.