Our selection includes only establishments with an impossibly quaint, relaxing atmosphere, operated by reputable bartenders. The list includes the following Tokyo districts: Ginza, Ueno, Asakusa, Iidabashi, Akasaka, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Omotesando, Harajuku, Ikebukuro. Also added links to more of the best bars for many of those famous areas. Enjoy your Tokyo nightlife!
If you're looking to spend a nice evening in central Tokyo sipping on fruit cocktails and tasting some original modern dishes, then Yotsu Bar is the place to go. Conveniently located in Shibuya, at a walking distance from the Harajuku-Omotesando area.
Shibuya is one of the must-go spots when you visit Tokyo! You just have to see the Hachiko statue, the Shibuya crossing, and Yoyogi park upon your visit. Here is a list of things to do when you visit Shibuya after taking the pictures of the famous Shibuya crossing.
TOKYO Whisky Library is a bar in Omotesando, Tokyo. As the name suggests, the bar specializes in whiskies, stocked with 1,200 kinds of whiskies collected from all over the world. A must-visit place for whiskey lovers. Come find your favorite ones!
If you are a meat lover and looking for a place to drink tonight, you should go to "Niku baru pippi" in Tokyo! "Niku baru" literally means "meat bar" and it offers a variety of delicious beef dishes like steak and beef sashimi which are worth trying.
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.
Zoetrope is a must-visit for whisky fans in Tokyo. With over 300 different varieties of Japanese whisky in this cosy and unique bar in the Shinjuku area, you'd be silly not to come here and try Japan's finest whisky available. Read on, then drink on!
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.