Updated: December 07, 2018
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Tokyo Nightlife - from Dusk till Dawn


How about going to a public bath at 4 in the morning? Or hanging out with locals outside the mainstream neighborhoods? Perhaps bowling until dawn? Check out these fun tips to enjoy Tokyo's nightlife like a local!

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Omoide Yokocho

If you are into bar-hopping, yakitori, and want to have a feel of the old Showa-era Tokyo, waste no time and head to Omoide Yokocho. Dating back from the 1940s, the maze-like configuration of narrow streets are filled with tiny yakitori shops, serving food and drinks all night long.
Address: 1 Chome-2 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0023
Open daily

Daikoku Yu Onsen

Just 10 minutes walking from Tokyo Tower, Daikoku Yu onsen is open all night until 10 AM - except on Tuesdays. The services include 5 different baths, sauna, an open-air deck, and even massages. If you want to relax after clubbing or just have a quiet moment during the early hours, this is the place to visit.
Address: 3 Chome-12-14 Yokokawa, Sumida, Tokyo 130-0003
Friday 3PM–10AM
Saturday 2PM–10AM
Sunday 1PM–10AM
Monday 3PM–10AM
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 3PM–10AM
Thursday 3PM–10AM
Tel: 03-3622-6698

Hyper Lane Bowling

Tired of sitting in an izakaya all night? Or going to yet another super crowded nightclub and spending rivers of money? Try bowling for a change! Gather your friends and head to Hyper Lane Bowling. You can also bring your own snacks and drinks while you enjoy the old-school vibes of this bowling alley. Fun guaranteed!

Address: 1 Chome-43-6 Higashiikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo 170-0013
Hours: open all week 24 hours
Tel: 03-3987-1631


It is true, the Japanese absolutely love karaoke. Karaoke rooms are open everywhere all day, all night, all week.
If you're a beginner, try Big Echo - the biggest karaoke chain in Japan. Just walking around any neighborhood you are bound to see at least one. They offer all kinds of rooms, drinks, and snacks. It doesn't matter if you go alone or with a big group of friends, sing your heart out!

Knock Koenji

Koenji is known for its innumerous thrift shops and hipster vibes. If you want to escape the mainstream venues and hang out with the locals, try Knock. Open all night during weekends, Knock often hosts special events with live painting, bands, exhibitions, and of course, DJs.
Address: 3-48-6 Koenjiminami, Suginami, Tokyo 166-0003 B1
Fridays from 11 PM till morning
Saturdays from 6 PM till morning
Wed / Thu from 7 PM to 12 AM


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