Random bars I didn't get the names of: Different pictures of other bars
By the time I hit these other places I was so drunk I kept forgetting to take pictures of the signs, so I don't know where the hell they were at. I know they're near the other bars listed on my Yatsushiro page. Anyway, enjoy these couple pictures.
Bow Bow: Quiet Bar
This place was dark and empty. When I walked in they were playing the Wizard of OZ music. I still don't know why I stayed at first, but it turned out to be an alright place. They had a wide selection of alcohol and they changed the music when I showed up. It wasn't really anything special, but how the hell would I have known, I've never been there before.
Dress Code: Whatever
Ran Ran: Average Bar
Nothing too special about this place. The guy that ran the place was a pretty decent guy. He spoke some English and he gave me a free drink. So I gave him a five dollar bill to hang on his wall. He had several other foreign currencies hanging on his wall so I figured since he gave me a gift I'd do the same. Mine was the only US money up there, so I thought it would help out his collection a little bit. He also cooks some Japanese food if you decide to stop in and grab something to eat off the grill.
Dress Code: Whatever
Club Glory: Karaoki of course
This place was very expensive, but it was definitely an experience. It was the only Club I went to after this one. I couldn't afford another one of these without saving for another 3 months. Anway, when I went inside a the two girls escorted me to a booth, brought me a drink and a song book and about 3 other girls. I don't think the people in Yatsushiro have ever seen American's before, or it's a rare occasion when they do. I had over half of the club sitting with me wanting to talk about what I do and why I'm in Yatsushiro and whatever else. It was fun, but 2 beers ended up costing about $40.00 which is way too much for me. So I ran out of there before they could juice me for some more money.
Dress Code: Probably anything you want as long as you have a fat wallet in your back pocket.