Sasebo Nightlife

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    Double A: karaoke bar

    by Ike_2005 Written May 9, 2005

    This is just like any other bar in Sasebo. Expensive, small, and karaoke are the three words that sum up all the bars really. You could have the Sasebo experience right in the comfort of your own home. Just sit in a closet, put a red light bulb in there instead of the usual white light, take a case of beer and a radio with a microphone inside, and everytime you down a brew throw 6-7 dollars out the window and everytime you sing a song throw 2 dollars out the window. Hope you all have fun with that one.

    Dress Code: Whatever, it's a damn closet.

    Ara and Angela Angela

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    There is approx 20 bars there!: Sailor Town Bars in Sasebo Japan

    by Travel2write Written Apr 27, 2005

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    Karoke is the driving force for these buy me drink establishments. A great place to go with some friends or even alone. The Bar hostesses are the best at what they do.

    They will sing you a song, sing one with you, light your cigerette or just sit and listen about how good or bad of a work day may have had.

    Cheers has nothing on the Sasebo sailor town experience. Be advised, 700 Yen or 7 US dollars for a beer and the Ladies can put the drinks down also!

    Dress Code: Be clean! The bars are really small, and the alley that the bars are in smell bad enough already.

    Sasebo buy me drink bars!Please!!!
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    Sky's The Limit: Sky's The Limit

    by Drunken_local69 Updated Jan 1, 2004

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    Located on the 7th floor of the White House this modest bar is rather friendly. Drinks are surprisingly cheap and strong here. Come here at the right time of the week and it will be jammed packed with Japanese girls who you can share a conversation with and phone numbers for extra curricular activities after the bar. (WINK WINK) This is a chill out bar which plays BET and MTV music videos over their audio/video system. The employees consists of 2 Japanese bar dudes and 1 Japanese bar chick. Sometimes Japanese chicks would come over to help out. Really nice if your into finding chicks (drunk and young) and Hip Hop music.

    Dress Code: You can dress like a Japanese wannabe gangster dude or a high class business man and you will be treated equally.

    Sky's The Limit is on the 7th floor.

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    Galaxies: The Only Game in Town

    by Harge_IB Written May 10, 2003

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    Being a provincial town, Sasebo barely has a nightlife, let alone a night club. Then came the U.S. Navy with their good time ways, and set one up.. the only one in Sasebo. Galaxies comes complete with blaring DJ music, a dance floor and cheap drinks. If you get hungry, then go down to the second floor to grab some eats. Unfortunately, the Navy didn't build this place downtown where all citizens, young and old, can go. It's located within the gates of Fleet Activities Sasebo. Entry requires a sailor in one hand and a valid I.D. in the other.

    Dress Code: No Shirt, No Shoes... No service.

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    Bunny Bar: Bunny Bar

    by Falsin Written Sep 12, 2002

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    Shigai. heheheheheheheheheheheheheheheh
    Oh. My friend 'Branden' a Filipino-American sailor and I were having a giggle about her name once. We were drunk though. Her name means 'Street' or 'Corpse'....

    Dress Code: shirt and trousers

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    PUB CHECK INS: PUB CHECK INS

    by Falsin Written Sep 12, 2002

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    3,000 yen for as much as you can drink for an hour and a half.
    If I can remember any of the girls names.... damn... well there is two Japanese(22-could be BS-, 24) and four Filipinos women tending doing their 'buy me drink''sing a song' thing.

    Dress Code: Its pretty cold here so you better be wearing some shoes.

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    BAR VIBES: BAR VIBES

    by Falsin Written Sep 12, 2002

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    The are unique qualities about this pleasure hole. First are foremost for you cheep, lame, vile, sailors Japanese women do come her and your allowed in. Next is that projector connected with the DVD player and dance floor.

    Dress Code: The usual. Socks, pants, shirt, shoes.

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    PULSE SHOCK: PULSE SHOCK

    by Falsin Written Sep 12, 2002

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    See those bold letters on that sign?
    See my finger? Oh... wait that sign is BS? Cool.

    Live DJs All drinks 500 yen (cheep)
    Cool Japanese people Japanese girls go there
    Disco ball Dance floor

    Dress Code: look cool jig

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    Shooters: Hanging out with the Old Salts!

    by Travel2write Written May 4, 2005

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    Shooters is a historical tour of the days gone past with the Sasebo bars! Walls are covered with memories of past and present sailors.

    Dress Code: None

    Sasebo
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    Beer is sold in vending machines on the street!: There is no last call in Sasebo!

    by Travel2write Written May 4, 2005

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    It's funny, but bars in Japan will stay open as long as the customers are not leaving. It's not suprising to me to hear sailors comming out off the bars after sunrise.

    Beer Machine in Sasebo!
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    R-bar: R-bar

    by Romeo46151 Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Beautiful girls and good drinks

    Dress Code: you can walk in this place dressed like a hobo as long as you have money to buy drinks it don't matter

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