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FLIP Guide category to classify blog posts that are about Japan’s nightlife. This category will include blog posts about the bars, clubs and anything else to do with nightlife fun in Tokyo. Find out about nightlife recommendations for you.
In Japan nightlife series, Discover the fun and interesting facts, Must-do, Must-see as well as personal and genuine recommendations when you visit and travel in Japan, experiencing the exciting restaurants, bars and clubs in Japan.
Navigate around: We show you how to navigate around Japan nightlife, with the unique nightlife culture. We provide useful information, tips and instructions on everything you need to know when experiencing Japan nightlife, with information such as how to get ready for a night out, where to go and what to expect.
Must-do: We provide ultimate guides to show you the ins and outs of Japan nightlife in the different areas. Based on your interests and what you are hoping to see, we take you with us on a journey to see all the activities you need to experience and explore, the places you need to visit and delicious food and drinks you have to try.
Hidden spots- We believe that a lot of the most special and wonderful places are hidden in local areas and the underground world in this amazing country. We take you to different local hidden gems in local areas, showcasing secret and hole in the wall spots, for when you visit Japan. We are here to provide recommendations and expertise on local unknown or uncommon restaurants, bars, club and experiences and how to find them in Tokyo.
Tips- If you are unsure about the dos and don’ts in Japan, we are here to help. In this Japan nightlife series, we provide advice and information on social expectations and etiquette in Japan. From eating in restaurants, the etiquettes, what to bring to enter a club, what to do after-hours and we cannot wait to share them with you. Information and/or recommendations on getting ready, where to go depending on the vibe you are after and any other handy bits of advice for going out in Tokyo.
Discounts – Information on where and how to get discounts, coupons or free drinks/entry at bars in Japan or clubs in the area.
Best bars/clubs – Recommendations on particular bars or clubs in the area as well as what they offer and advice on pricing ranges.
The red light and the Gay district – Information on where the district is, what it’s called, what to expect and other restaurants or establishments near by.
Izakayas – Information on what they are, what food and drinks they serve, pricing ranges and recommendations on which ones to try.
Night events/festivals – Information on any seasonal or upcoming night time events or festivals to enjoy as well as price estimation and tips for going.
Is there a particular dress code for Tokyo nightlife? What to bring for a night out in Tokyo? Are tattoos, sandals or shorts allowed? We’re here to answer your questions and put your worries to rest! Let us help you prepare for an awesome night out exploring Tokyo nightlife! Preparing for a night out in
What do you think of when you hear “Japanese alcohol”? Most people probably think of “sake”. Did you know that the word “sake” literally means “alcohol” in general in Japanese? If you have had the chance to experience the nightlife in Japan, then you know that they have an amazing array of Japanese alcohol and Japanese
If you’ve ever been to Japan, you’ll probably have seen the Japanese drink, Strong Zero, in convenience stores or supermarkets. You may have even been persuaded to try one. If you haven’t tried these chuhai mixed drinks, or if you don’t know what I’m talking about, you’re missing out! If you are overseas, don’t worry, you
Line-ups are starting to appear, tickets are selling out, and it’s about time to start preparing for that one-of-a-kind festival experience you’ve been dreaming of! Here are some music festival outfit ideas for your visit to one of the many music festivals in Japan! Where do you begin? Although every festival is different, there are
In the last month, I’ve been to dozens of bars all over Tokyo, and I’ve loved every second of it—from the achingly hip bars in Shimokitazawa to the bold and garish glow of Shinjuku, even the hip bars in Roppongi, there’s so much to see and so much to, er, drink. Tokyo nightlife bars really