In Nakano, there is a pub called Beer Daigaku (麦酒大学), or Beer College, that serves 13 different kinds of beer that come exactly from the same cask! Their secret to making it different is all in the way it is poured! Find out more about this interesting pub in Nakano, Tokyo.
Shinjuku is a district in central Tokyo that does not sleep. There are countless bars and drinking spots open until the wee hours of the next day. If you have no idea where you should go to drink, here are some recommendations that will make your night journey into Shinjuku exciting!
Koenji is simply the perfect neighborhood to chill-out with friends and to have a couple of drinks at a bar or izakaya. The area has so many good places to choose from that your problem might be that you won't know where to go. We made a guide to help you with that!
Drinking sake (酒) is one of the things you do while in Japan. It is a Japanese wine made by fermenting rice and loved by the Japanese for a long time. There is an extensive list of types of sake you can try in Japan, from sweet to dry. If you have a chance to come to Tokyo, go to Shinjuku to have a incredible sake experience! This article will introduce four best sake bars near Shinjuku station, all of them are within 10 mins walk from the station.
When visiting Japan, you soon realize that Sake is to Japan what wine is to France. There is an incredibly extensive list of types of sake in Japan. Just like wine, sake can be sweet or dry and can have different flavor-notes, such as spices, herbs, flowers, and fruits. Let's embark on a flavor-filled journey and discover sake tasting in Tokyo!
Looking for an outstanding place to enjoy music played on top-quality vintage turntables, speakers and amps? Then RECORD BAR analog in Shibuya, central Tokyo is a must-go!
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!