Updated: July 16, 2019
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"The Hangover" | Tokyo

Nakano

Want to experience "The Hangover" when in Tokyo? Heck yeah! Grab your friends, don't make plans, and just book a one-way ticket to Tokyo. The Hangover in Tokyo is sure to be an adventure you won't forget!

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A different kind of "Hangover"

Hangovers in Tokyo are something else. Drinks are cheap and accessible pretty much everywhere, so be prepared when you come here. Bring some extra endurance and maybe some bufferin.
This isn't quite "The Hangover" that you are probably thinking about. The Hangover is actually a craft beer gastro-style pub just a stone's throw away from Shinjuku.

I kind of tricked you here, but nevertheless, it is a place worth a boozy introduction.
The Hangover is located in the Nakano ward of Tokyo to the south from Higashi Nakano station, or to the north from Nakano-sakaue station. It's not really in a place that many people congregate around, but that's how the some of the best nights start out; sometimes ending with hangovers...
I don't know the story behind this place but you can take a pretty good guess from the name of the joint. Why else would you call it "The Hangover"?!
I was quite surprised to find that the craft beer they serve here is pretty decent. Craft beer is definitely my kind of style. Add some good food and you've got a winner.
Open from 6pm - 1am (closed on Mondays) it's a great place to meet up with some friends after a long weeks work, to wind down, let off some steam, or smash down some crisp beers.
The beers are always changing so just ask what beers they have on tap when you arrive, and maybe get a tasting set.
Feeling peckish? Well, they have you covered here also. They have a rather large menu with plenty of dishes to curve your hunger. Everything from snack-type dishes like edamame, curly fries, and pickles, to cheese beer bread, buffalo fried chicken salad, and ochazuke. Prices are reasonable too ranging from 350 to about 100 yen for most things.
The Hangover also has a range of speciality menu items. Beer soaked fried chicken, beer battered fish and chips, and one of my favourites, buffalo chicken wings!
If you're looking for something off the beaten trail, and likely hangover the next day, this place is quite possibly you're match made in heaven. I'm just not sure if you're likely to find Hangover gangster Chow here.

Getting there

Getting here is easy. Getting home, not so much. Enjoy!
Jonathan
I've been traveling and eating my way around the world! Now I'm in Tokyo to share all my favourite spots! I spend my time traveling, surfing, hiking, camping and eating amazing food! My favourite Japanese food...Agedashi Tofu!

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