Open 17:30 - 02:00 (Mon - Thu), 17:30 - 3:00 (Fri & Sat) and 12:30 - 2:00 (Sun).
The Red Rock is located behind the Chunichi Building in the Sakae business/shopping district. Subway access from Sakae Station (serving the yellow and purple lines) Exit 13. It's a big station connected to a huge underground shopping mall so you'll need to do a little underground walking. All sorts of different theme nights etc. Get on down for some grub, drinks and music!
Awesome lounge/cafe with a really cool atmosphere. Most beer is only 500yen, even Corona... which is really good for Nagoya. The have a projector and flat screen TV which they play games on sometimes.
Opened until like 2am or so
Dress Code: Casual
Close to Higashima zoo and botanical gardens lies a neat little bar known as L.U.G.G.S. (which stands for Let us go get stoned apparently!). This awesome place serves delicious food and a wide variety of drinks both alcoholic and soft.
The staff are young and friendly and I really had a cool time here.
I totally recommend the place!
Dress Code: None
If you find yourself in Akaike, about 20 minutes southeast of Nagoya, check out the Bali Moon. It's not quite an izakaya (Japanese style bar) or anything else. It has a Bali theme. The people here speak a little English and you'll always feel welcome. The staff are mostly University English students. The place is kind of an outpost of gaijin.
Dress Code: Wear anything.
If you want to find out schedules and links to all the best night spots in Nagoya check this site out! They have bar and club reviews, a full party schedule as well as a Forum if you have any specific questions.
The Mangafrog guys also put on their own club events which are some of the best parties in Nagoya. About a 50:50 Foreigner/Japanese crowd.
As some showings go quite late in Nagoya, movies are a popular way of spending evening hours in Nagoya. Nagoya, unlike some other cities in Japan, get some of the top hits in the states at the same time, or sometimes slightly later, as they are playing in American cinemas. The only source for english info for timetables and cinema information for movies and cinemas in Nagoya is www.nagoyamovies.com . It very young and still developing, so tell your friends!
Dress Code: no dress code
My personal favourite is a bar called La Piedra, located in the district of Issha. This small, intimate bar serves good food as well as providing a relaxing atmosphere in pleasant surroundings.
Dress Code: Smart/casual.
Murasaki tavern is a great place to hang out with your friends.
It has an all you can drink special that costs only about 1500 yen per person.
Dress Code: Wear what you like, you'll probably be put in a little private room with only a few other customers.
The only American-style bar I`ve found in Nagoya where a lot of foreigners frequent. The food isn`t bad and they play good music. There are also pool tables.
What at this time eats in Nagoya
?ENagoya cochin (bird's slices of raw fish)
Neatly and it is delicious.
It's very delicious.
Television tower in Nagoya.
The color looks like the Eiffel Tower in France
though it is a little small.
It was a very beautiful town.
So it has turned out, that at night we did not walk on city and did not go to clubs. As a rule at this time we strong slept in home, as very much got tired of study and day time walks...