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Whether you’re on holiday, enjoying a day off, or an alcohol connoisseur, day-drinking or park-drinking is one of those sweet nectars in life! Since drinking on the streets is legal in Japan, some people drink alcohol all throughout the day. “It’s 5 o’clock somewhere.” This is the universal justification for starting a boozy session earlier
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
For something off the beaten-track, stop by Nakano! In the daytime, Nakano is famous for Nakano Broadway Street where you can find anime and specialised character goods, along with tiny taverns and old-fashioned Japanese gourmet food. Be sure to visit a ramen shop and bars in Nakano to experience Nakano nightlife while exploring the narrow,
Manga, anime, idols and cosplay. These four words are the only way to explain the ever-growing popularity of Akihabara. With countless shops that sell character goods and costumes, this place is the spiritual home for all of the so-called “otakus” or anime-lovers. While there are huge shops like Yodobashi Camera, electronic and tech lovers gather