Hiroshima Nightlife

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    Molly Malone's: Beers, Beers & Beers

    by kishore7 Written Nov 12, 2006

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    This Irish pub is what you would have come to expect from any Irish pub around the world, great selction of beer and a cheerful atmosphere. With 7 different beers available on tap and large portions of English food on the menu, this is the place to be if you want a change from the usual nights partying. The place to be when a football (soccer?) game is on !
    P/s: The men's bathroom overlooks one of the busiest streets in hiroshima!...lol

    Dress Code: anything goes....

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    MAC Bar: The Landmark of Hiroshima Nightlife

    by kishore7 Updated Nov 12, 2006

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    This legendary Hiroshima watering hole has been for the longest time been the landmark for the Hiroshima nightlife. Being the oldest bar in the heart of the city, Mac is a bar thats well known among the locals and tourist to Hiroshima. With its massive cd collection and an owner with a varied music taste, you'll never know what classics will be playing when you step into the bar. Opens soo late till its hard to even figure out if they actually close, Mac seems to be the late night spot to be before you end your night.

    Dress Code: anything goes in this laidback casual atmosphere

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    Cloud Bar: Cool Little Hangout

    by Ike_2005 Written May 29, 2005
    Peter, owner of Cloud Bar

    It's very small, but the bartender/owner name Peter was a cool guy. He gave us some good advice as to where to go later that night. They have some funny poster jokes on the walls. It's worth stopping in and having a beer or too just to get some good info on the town from Peter.

    Dress Code: none

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    Cloud5 on the 5th floor: Smallest Bar in Hiroshima!

    by Travel2write Written May 22, 2005

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    This bar seats 8 people, including the bartender. This buisness is more a hobby than a money maker. The owner / bartender / teacher serves up some nice drinks and carries a great conversation.

    This is smaller than my closet back in the states, although the somewhat the norm for Japan.

    Engish is spoken and a mix and match group frequent this place. Everyone is welcome! If youcan fit in the door!

    Dress Code: Nope

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    Bar Edge: Hiroshima's best basement bar!

    by Travel2write Written May 22, 2005

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    This transformed and dark basement will be a great place to hide out and drink and dance the night away! They have several themes that run from night to night. It was techno the night I visited. Younger crowd of 18-25 here! English is spoken in this great little dive! A few alternative lifestylers hang here also!

    My homeboy calls it the vampire hangout!
    Also had a 1000 yen cover, which paid for your first drink!

    Dress Code: None

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    Mac Bar: Great party for the Expats!

    by Travel2write Written May 22, 2005

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    Awesome watering hole with a massive CD collection! Mac bar doesn't start to roll until about 11 or 12 o'clock. A small place that can switch the music in a second and make everyone get onthe dance floor. Great place to take a date or to meet new folks. Japanese and Expats as well as military seem to be here!

    Dress Code: No requirement!

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    MAC: MAC

    by GenkiMac Written Sep 12, 2002

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    small, cosy, wooden. CD'S for Africa!(that means a lot!) It's not trendy and they may not have the new music that you request but its got all the goodies and you can do a night filled with Irish jigs, Salsa and Rock 'n Roll even if you don't know how!
    Its open till the wee hours and is a favourite with us at about 4amish when it empties out a little!

    Dress Code: absolutely none!

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    Any of the spots marked on...

    by GenkiMac Updated Sep 12, 2002

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    Any of the spots marked on this map are quality and worth a check.
    The nightlife on the whole in Hiroshima is pretty poor so to wander and find your own club or bar is difficult. If you are after something small and japanese (without dance music or dancing or pool tables) then there are many so wander and take your pick.
    Mac, Jamaica, The Commune, Jacara, and Jammin' are the ones which have dance floors and dance music.
    Jammin' and Mac are small but have good atmosphere. Jamaica is big and in a basement therefore loud and hot(with a cover). The commune has various bands and DJ's and also has a cover and Jakara is good if you bring your own crowd.

    Dress Code: Anything at all.

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    King of Soul: Funky Place

    by sinjabc Written Sep 29, 2010
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    The King of Soul was a diner-style funky place that placed funk and soul music. We were there really late on a week day, so the bar was quiet.

    Dress Code: Casual

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    Psy-Tribe: Crazy Place

    by sinjabc Written Sep 29, 2010
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    This small fun place plays psy-trance music and has a dart board. The locals also play funky anime on the tvs. Great for a drink and a stop.

    Dress Code: Very Casual

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    Cover Bar: Lots of Fun!

    by sinjabc Written Sep 29, 2010
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    Cover Bar was a great random find. The owner was very friendly and entertaining. We had a few drinks together and listened to great dub step.

    Dress Code: Casual

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    Purple Haze: Darkness with R&B

    by Ike_2005 Written May 29, 2005
    Statue of Death

    A cool little bar. It's dark and has decent R&B music. It didn't seem to get much business which suprised me. It was one of the better bars I went to there.

    Dress Code: none

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    Alcoholiday: Great Name for a Bar

    by Ike_2005 Written May 29, 2005

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    Not that great of a bar, but with a name like Alcoholiday, I had to go in and have a couple brews.

    Dress Code: none

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    Pete's Bar: Meet international people

    by hundertmorgen Updated Jun 22, 2004
    Pete and Anthony

    Very small place, which only suitable for 10 to 12 people. Funny and nice atmosphere with talking, drawing or playing "go"... Met people here from all over the world here :-)

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