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Jeremiah Bar

Follow the sound of old school hip-hop music and you’ll end up in front of Jeremiah Bar where the door is a giant book cover that reads “Jerry Thomas’ Bartenders Guide: How to Mix All Kinds of Plain and Fancy Drinks.” This speakeasy bar may be one of the coolest and most chill bar to

Bar BaoBab

Probably the only bar that serves African dishes. On the second floor of a building in Shinjuku, behind a Hawaii-inspired, wooden sliding door is BaoBab, a small, cozy-maybe even cramped–bar. One of the first few things you’ll notice is the huge shelf chock-full of vinyl records behind the bar, and when we say chock-full, we

Hammond Orgasm Shinjuku Bar

Hammond Orgasm

“Jazz, Classic Rock X Alcohol”. This is the motto at Hammond Orgasm, a rock bar located in the side streets of Shinjuku. Love classic rock? Musicians, music lovers, and bar-goers unite! Hammond Orgasm has albums covering the walls and a huge TV right behind the bar that lets you listen to any music you can

Rize Mize

Rize Mize

Delicious, friendly and cozy. An intimate restaurant that’s hard to come by in the hectic streets of Shinjuku. Looking to get away from the hustle & bustle of Shinjuku? Rize Mize Italian bar is tucked away in the quiet area of northern Shinjuku. This restaurant and bar has an awesome food and drinks menu serving

Mon Cheri Shot Bar

Mon Cheri is a shot bar hidden right underground from the main streets of Kabukicho. It’s clean and classy, with major underground castle dungeon vibes due to the stone walls and calm lighting. Its atmosphere draws people in, and any first timer will soon become a regular here. There’s also no cover charge, so come