Tokyo is an huge city with a lot of fun nightlife choices, but knowing where anything is and finding a fun and safe group of people to go with can be a little scary to travelers and residents alike.... more
Just steps away from the crowds of Shinjuku Station you'll find Shomben Yokocho, also known as "*** Alley" the ramshackle alley marketplace that sprouted up after much of Tokyo was destroyed in World... more
If you are looking for a Gaijin (Western expats) bar, here is the place. It was one of the ist few bars with foreigners clienteles. Many view this place alittle sleezy being perceived as a pick up... more
I heard GasPanic was where people went to score girls.. get cheap drinks and dance the night away. I also heard it was packed to the jam. I went to the one in Roppongi and then the one in Shibuya.... more
I've been reading a lot of the night life reviews on here and it seems everyone has developed the same opinions or they just don't know about all the other great clubs out and about Tokyo.
Given, some... more
After 6pm, there is big discount in entrance fee. You can try different Japanese cuisine inside. Also, you can try different hot spring. You can try many traditonal Japanese games. And of course... more
I had heard about Womb from the movie "Babel" and wanted to see it for myself. It is much more glamorous in the movie. It took us a bit to find it from Shibuya station, try printing or drawing a map.... more
@Home Cafe Donki is located in the popular Don Quijote building in Akihabara, a building famous for anime, otaku and cosplay mechandise and off course @Home Cafe Maid Kissaten, one of the most popular... more
Karaoke was one of my favourite things to do at night here. I loved it and after hearing a friend sing an amazing rendition of Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You," hitting all the right notes... more
In this Japanese replica of latino salsa bar you truly feel the real touch of Latin atmosphere. The bar is crowded with salsa enthuastics, including short and stereotyped latino guys with their Panama... more
Tokyo Disney at night is porpular for the locals and the tourist.
1st, the entrance fee is US15.00, 70% cheapper than usual,
2nd, less crowded, that means you odn't have to spend long hours to line... more
The pinball-like game of Pachinko is extremely popular in Japan and can be found in many American casinos. The term Pachinko is derived from the Japanese word pachi-pachi, meaning the clicking of... more
After a 10-hour journey....finally reach the 1st stop at Hakone. A nice scene forest area.A cloudy sky. Taking my 1st lunch at Japan about 11am and proceed to the field of Lavender. From here you can...