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When I went this night club called alife, from the many point of views I got very inspired because everyone were so excited and they screamed out as they became crasy with the killer music sound and good atomosphire!!!
I bet you will find something to love about alife!!
Dress Code: N/A
Updated Dec 1, 2010
Address: Taiki building B1F, South 4- West 6, Chuou-ku Sap
A real experience - kind of expensive but if you go to one of the "parties" its ok pricing.
Party night I have been to there cost 500 Yen with a drink coupon. Normal admission is about 3500yen (I'm not sure if that has drink included?)
The building is amazing outside shaped like a big face and it is quite big inside too. Has two levels with a bar on each, flash toilets.
Updated Aug 17, 2005
Address: South 7 West4
Highly recommend going to Locotonte on a Friday night. Costs 1500 yen (female) 2000 yen (male) for Nomihoudai on Friday nights (all you can drink.) Other nights you pay a 1000 yen surcharge but you get 1000 yen of drink money if your male and 1200 if your female. A number of foreigners go there. Small club with friendly Japanese natives many of who will try speaking English to you if you do not speak Japanese.
Dress Code: No dress code that I know of.
Written Aug 17, 2005
Address: About South7 West4
Susukino is the downtown entertainment district of Sapporo. It's where locals and visitors go to eat, drink and generally have fun. As in every Japanese city, there's no shortage of restaurants, bars and clubs, with prices to suit every pocket. Most visitors find that a night out in Sapporo costs less than in Tokyo.
Updated Jan 15, 2003
'SUSUKINO' is one of famous places of nightlife. One of my friends, who I met at offspring in Hakodate this Autumn, said 'I like SUSUKINO more than ROPPONNGI or KABUKICHOU, because SUSUKINO has Japanese atmosphere more than those other place.' I think so too.
Written Sep 7, 2002
Down TownAt night, the action shifts south to the Susukino entertainment district south of Odori. Sapporo owes its great popularity in part to the shops, restaurants and bars here that promise exciting but safe enjoyment. Tranquil Nakajima Park contains two National Important Cultural Properties: Hoheikan and Hasso-an. The former is a European-style building dating from 1880 and was used to accommodate Emperor Meiji on his visits here. The latter is an early Edo teahouse taking its name from its eight windows. On the other side of the park is the Museum of Winter Sports, which provides information on the history of winter sports, the 1972 Sapporo Winter Olympics and famed adventurer Naomi Uemura.
Written Aug 25, 2002
I don't know, after 6 PM it was too cold to be outside. But during the day I found this building, which I suppose must enter in this category.
What IS it? Somebody from Sapporo, please answer.
Updated Aug 24, 2002
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