During the day it's a vintage and elegant cafe, and at night it's a dark and sexy absinthe bar. This place is great to try out with friends or a date at any time of the day. Try out Coffee Tram/Bar Tram in Ebisu, Tokyo!
Whether you want to have a relaxing lunch break with the sound of jazz or want to enjoy some excellent night-time live jazz jams, Sapporo has some little gems worth going to. Here is our selection of three jazz bars and cafes really worth going to in Sapporo.
Have you been to izakaya in Japan? It is a Japanese style casual bar where you can enjoy reasonably priced Japanese dishes, drinks, and nomihodai (all-you-can-drink). Izakaya is such common that there are many chains located near stations. Here is a list of the selected izakaya chains which feature different food and concepts. Check all and find the one that meets your need!
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.
Wondering what and where to eat for dinner in Ikebukuro? Give it a try "izakaya", or Japanese-style bars, where you can try a variety of Japanese food and drinks which are reasonably priced. Here is a list of the most popular izakayas you should go in Ikebukuro!
Ikebukuro has plenty of good spots to enjoy your evening and party until the wee hours of the night! You will definitely find this area guide useful if you are looking to have fun in Ikebukuro after 8 PM.
Ebisu is a chic neighborhood in Tokyo with many exquisite restaurants (sushi, French, etc.). It is also famous for its garden place, which is lit up during Christmas time. But, Ebisu is also famous for Ebisu yokocho; a down-to-earth, lively and fun place to have a drink and a bite to eat... for cheap! I would say your Japanese experience isn't complete without having visiting Ebisu Yokocho at least once!