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Previously known as Piss Alley, over 60 bars and restaurants are crammed along the side of Shinjuku JR station on the grounds used by post-war black market traders.
Nonbei Yokocho, or Drunkard's Alley, is a tiny pathway spitting distance from Shibuya Crossing jammed with tiny bars, restaurants and izakayas. It's like a pocket version of Old Tokyo, and somehow still remains relatively hidden and unknown despite its sensational location.
Hanako Izakaya is often referred to as the Hooters of Japan, with scantily-clad young women serving fresh Hokkaido seafood and drinks to a predominantly male clientele.
At Yurakucho's Sanchoku Inshokugai, a small group of restaurants have been bringing regional specialities and cuisine to the heart of Tokyo since 2010.
One thing travelers adore in Japan is the amount of themed cafes and restaurants there are. From horror to sumos and ninjas, from video games to space and stars, here are some of the best themed restaurants Tokyo has to offer.
If you enjoyed the 2003 movie drama “Lost In Translation,” you will love the dining experience at New York Grill. Located on the 52nd floor of the world famous Park Hyatt
When wandering around Shinjuku at night, one is usually bombarded with people walking on the streets advertising for their izakayas (drinking establishments). My friend and
Are you in hurry but need a short sushi break? Uogashi Nihonichi standing sushi bar is the place for you! The sushi is prepared right in front of your eyes by a skilled chef and in ten minutes, you can be done with eating one of the best sushi in the area.